The CONNECTICUT BARBERS, Part 10
Heads of family; birth year; family number:
Abner, 1808, 536
Adelbert F, 1873, 531
Albert H, 1850, 590
Albert M, 1846, 556
Albert P, 1824, 547
Alfred H, 1867, 557
Alice C, 1879, 534
Alonzo P, 1819, 556
Alvin E, 1831, 553
Amelia, 1835, 537
Amelia B, 1853, 538
Aretus M, 1843, 523
Augustus A, 1820, 596
Augustus L, 1814, 542
Aurelius B, 1831, 567
Betsey I, 1857, 583
Carlos J, 1845, 582
Caroline A, 1864, 552; 578
Celia A, 1882, 528
Charles, 1806, 591
Charles, 1835, 591
Charles A, 1851, 549
Charles A, 1893, 566
Charles H, 1823, 545
Charles H, 1839, 563
Charles L, 1848, 569
Charles S, 1829, 558
Charles S, 1835, 541
Charles S, 1879, 555
Charles T, 1820, 549
Chauncey, 1816, 593
Chauncey L, 1813, 582
Clarence, 187?, 533
Clementina J, 1879, 563
Cora D, 1871, 526
Culbertson W, 1834, 570
Dorrance, 1794, 587
Edgar, 1864, 526
Edgar L, 1847, 531
Edmund S, 1818, 586
Edward A, 1841, 582
Edward H, 1836, 579
Edward W, 1821, 561
Edwin B, 1838, 555
Edwin C, 1839, 568
Edwin S, 1832, 571
Eli S, 1840, 586
Elijah, 1789, 588
Elijah, 1798, 581
Eliza L, 1847, 583
Ella L, 1856, 567
Ellen H, 1842, 560
Ellen M, 1843, 586
Emma, 1888, 566
Emma M, 1853, 550
Erasabeth, 1842, 541
Ernest B, 1867, 564
Erwin W, 1867, 546
Eva A, 1858, 570
Evagene M, 1853, 544
Francis A, 1868, 554
Frank W, 1841, 592
Franklin F, 1845, 565
Frederick W, 1828, 562
George B, 1864, 551
George F, 1854, 535
George H, 1816, 560
George H, 1839, 527
George H, 1843, 572
George H, 1880, 572
George V, 1860, 548
Gertrude, 1872, 569
Grace B, 1885, 599
Grace L, 1874, 572
Harlow E, 1827, 589
Harriet N, 1842, 556
Hector, 1827, 573
Heman, 1803, 584
Heman, 1804, 529
Henry H, 1836, 554
Henry K, 1823, 600
Henry W, 1840, 542
Hiram G, 1838, 585
Horace I, 1818, 595
Horace I, 1846, 595
Horace W, 1821, 544
Horatio E, 1839, 575
Irene, 1888, 565
Jacobus B, 1835, 559
James M, 1855, 566
Jennie I, 1864, 555
Jesse B, 1825, 540
John T, 1854, 550
Josephine B, 1870, 562
Julia M, 1851, 540
Kate A, 1870, 528
Laura, 1900, 535
Laura O, 1850, 600
Leffie, 184?, 539
Leo D, 1885, 575
Leona, 1873, 527
Levi, 1805, 580
Levi C, 1844, 533
Linna A, 1855, 560
Lockwood, 1831, 574
Lora B, 1894, 534
Louise M, 1866, 596
Loyal R, 1811, 537
Lucius B, 1824, 551
Lucretia R, 1840, 537
Lucy M, 1886, 598
Lufanna, 1870, 558
Luman S, 1813, 592
Luman S, 1847, 589
Lydia A, 1837, 536
Lyman, 1807, 585
Lyman, 1813, 538
Magnus W, 1861, 557
Mahlon G, 1832, 589
Manly D, 1852, 534
Marina W, 1842, 537
Martin C, 1859, 530
Mary A, 1900, 576
Mary E, 1856, 544
Mary E, 1861, 574
Mary J, 1848, 547
Maud E, 1885, 566
Milo W, 1830, 584
Minerva, 1835, 536
Minnie, 1890, 566
Minnie B, 1864, 553
Myron H, 1830, 580
Nancy L, 1844, 590
Nathan G, 1830, 594
Nellie E, 1881, 566
Nellie M, 1863, 557
Nelson, 1833, 526
Norman A, 1871, 564
Norman C, 1837, 564
Orange B, 1806, 590
Orson E, 1842, 528
Orville H, 1832, 552
Ralph J, 1832, 530
Richard, 1817, 539
Roger C, 1832, 578
Samuel C, 1822, 550
Samuel L, 1829, 525
Sarah B, 1853, 546
Sarah M, 1851, 561
Sheldon A, 1820, 543
Sheldon H, 1845, 543
Sherman N, 1835, 548
Sidney J, 1844, 532
Spafford, 1801, 579
Strong H, 1851, 577
Theodore P, 1822, 597
Timothy C, 1802, 589
Ward/David, 1841, 529
Willard O, 1825, 546
William B, 1813, 541
William C, 1829, 589
William F, 1820, 583
William H, 1846, 598
William H, 1868, 563
William I, 1829, 557
William R, 186?, 559
Willis D, 1850, 576
Wilson A, 1857, 599
Name, Birth Year, Family number:
Abbey, Mary, 182?, 589
Adams, Otis, 188?, 528
Austin, Lucius, 1838, 556
Baldwin, Alfred, 1864, 578
Barber, Clarissa, 1821, 543
Barber, Mary, 1839, 559
Barber, Sarah, 183?, 589
Bartlett, Amelia, 1806, 579
Batchelor, Mary, 1838, 526
Beach, John, 184?, 547
Beasley, Sarah, 1827, 561
Beecher, Addie, 1850, 569
Beighley, Elizabeth, 189?, 566
Beighley, Sarah, 1852, 565
Bemont, Rachel, 1870, 564
Birge, Jeannette, 1832, 544
Birge, Julia, 1833, 553
Birge, Sarah, 1828, 546
Bissell, Jane, 1826, 552
Blake, George, 1845, 600
Botsford, Abigail, 183?, 558
Bradley, Leonard, 184?, 537
Buell, Amelia, 1818, 538
Buell, Ella, 1854, 599
Buell, Lucretia, 1814, 537
Burr, Mary, 1839, 555
Burwell, Abigail, 1822, 551
Carnahan, Jannie, 1854, 527
Catlin, Henry, 1841, 544
Champlin, Orissa, 1814, 592
Chapin, Eunice, 184?, 556
Cheney, Laura, 1858, 535
Church, Emily, 1848, 595
Church, Lucy, 1831, 550
Clapp, Dudley, 1887, 598
Clapp, Elizabeth, 1836, 580
Clark, Jennie, 1857, 577
Clark, Luzette, 1867, 563
Clark, Maria, 1826, 545
Curtis, George, 1886, 599
Cushing, Arthur, 186?, 596
Daggett, John, 1851, 561
Danner, Thomas, 1879, 576
Day, Hattie, 1842, 579
Derby, Nancy, 184?, 589
Dewey, Ann, 1806, 580
Dewey, Ethan, 1845, 550
Dewey, Solomon, 1844, 583
Dickinson, Ethel, 1877, 564
Dickinson, Frances, 188?, 572
Dorn, Martha, 1846, 592
Drake, Mary, 1858, 550
Dunham, Helen, 1837, 568
Durfee, Malentha, 1808, 584
Eaton, Lucia, 1840, 585
Edward, Mary, 183?, 570
Emery, Sarah, 1831, 584
Fay, Ada, 1848, 531
Fowler, Royal, 1835, 560
Frisbie, Judith, 1810, 541
Frost, Clarence, 188?, 566
Fuller, Carlton, 183?, 536
Fuller, Lucy, 1834, 567
Fuller, Lydia, 1809, 536
Fullerton, Eleanof, 1830, 596
Gillard, Jesse, 1884, 565
Goodwin, Caroline, 1835, 578
Goodwin, Walter, 1855, 544
Gorton, Lodema, 1824, 539
Gould, Edward, 1854, 583
Green, Melancy, 1813, 589
Hall, Harrison, 1868, 563
Hamilton, Henry, 1854, 567
Hamilton, John, 1850, 562
Hancock, Daniel, 1838, 537
Hatch, James, 1868, 558
Hawley, Katheren, 1847, 572
Haynes, John, 1844, 540
Henry, Silena, 1820, 560
Hinman, Diane, 1828, 573
Hinman, Ellen, 1851, 543
Hooper, Annie, 182?, 597
Howard, Myrtle, 1865, 582
Hughs, Lydia, 1848, 528
Hutchinson, Chase, 1900, 535
Hyde, Anna, 1872, 546
Ives, Sarah, 183?, 589
Johnson, Almira, 1817, 590
Johnson, Hannah, 1839, 554
Johnson, Louisa, 1817, 590
Jones, Ellen, 1831, 541
Kenney, Phebe, 1816, 556
Kenton, Oliver, 1857, 552
Kinsman, Amanda, 1802, 581
Lachman, John, 187?, 569
Lang, Seam, 188?, 566
Lang, Walter, 188?, 566
Laughlin, Malina, 1849, 575
Lazell/Lozell, Louisa, 183?, 548
Lease, Mary, 183?, 570
Lease, Stephen, 1849, 570
Leavenworth, Bennett, 1838, 541
Lincoln, Margaret, 1859, 557
Love, Sarah, 1854, 534
Lovin, Sarah, 183?, 557
Mack, Cornelia, 182?, 549
Mack, Melinda, 181?, 593
Martin, Hiram, 184?, 586
Matteson, George, 184?, 539
McCoy, Nellie, 1879, 555
Moore, Hugh, 1891, 534
Moseley, Herbert, 1853, 560
Munjar, Julia, 1831, 540
Murray, David, 186?, 557
North, Harriet, 1827, 595
Owens, Caroline, 1788, 588
Parks, Polly, 1825, 583
Parsons, Clementine, 1843, 563
Perkins, Edwin, 183?, 537
Pherson, Louis, 1851, 538
Phillips, William, 1837, 536
Pinney, Charlotte, 1857, 598
Pinney, Eliza, 1798, 587
Pitcairn, Cornelia, 1825, 574
Pond, Rebecca, 1828, 600
Redmond, Anna, 185?, 576
Reed, Lorinda, 1811, 582
Remington, Eveline, 1848, 582
Rhodes, Joshua, 187?, 572
Ring, Celestia, 1840, 530
Roberts, Katherine, 1867, 551
Sanford, Caroline, 1826, 585
Shaw, Mary, 1855, 566
Smith, Charles, 186?, 555
Smith, Emily, 1838, 552
Smith, Nellie, 1861, 554
Smith, Theodore, 186?, 553
Snow, Edward, 1844, 590
Spencer, Eugenia, 1842, 552
Spancer, Jane, 1825, 594
Strickland, Elizabeth, 1820, 547
Swann, Sylvester, 1866, 526
Tefft, Ella, 183?, 571
Thompson, Ann, 1815, 542
Tingle, Phoebe, 1813, 586
Towne, George, 1862, 562
Tressler, Sarah, 184?, 529
Unger, Clay, 187?, 527
Vance, Hattie, 1840, 564
Veale, Minerva, 1843, 527
Wadsworth, Elizabeth, 1829, 561
Wallace, Martha, 1859, 530
Waterman, Charles, 1853, 546
Weeks, Nora, 187?, 533
Wells, Elizabeth, 1851, 564
Whitcraft, Nancie, 183?, 557
Whitmore, VanAlbert, 1878, 534
Wilder, Ellen, 1851, 532
Wiley, Winfred, 1865, 528
Winch, Clara, 1887, 575
Yeadon, Luther, 1878, 566
Yeomans, Viola, 1857, 590
Yocum, Caroline, 1837, 552
Young, Harriet, 1842, 542
Young, John, 1861, 574
526. NELSON7 BARBER (Aden6), b Veale Twp, Daviess Co IN 12 Jun 1833; d 7 Oct 1906; m Daviess Co 14 May 1857 Mary BATCHELOR, b IN 16 Jun 1838, d 20 Jun 1895, daughter of George and Mary (THOMAS) BATCHELOR. Mary's parents died when she was an infant, and she was raised in her uncle John Thomas's family. Nelson’s father died when he was 11.
Nelson taught school in Franklin Co IL in 1854-5, then in Veale in 1857-58. But primarily he was a farmer, a breeder of Shorthorn Cattle and Berkshire Hogs. They purchased the farm from his grandmother, Jenny HOUTS. He was Republican, and served as Justice of the Peace 1857-1861. He also served as a Town Trustee, 1863-1864. They were members of the Methodist-Episcopal Church, where Nelson taught advanced Bible Class. Nelson was director of the old county fair association. [~ Corresp:Charles R Barber; Corresp:John Clement; History of Knox and Daviess Co IL ~]
Children of Nelson and Mary, born in Veale Twp, IN, and vicinity of Bethel Church.
i ADEN C8, b 1858; d Salem OR 1933; m/1 1900 Hattie ---; m/2 Florence ---.
Aden studied business at Valparaiso College, Valparaiso IN. He migrated to Oregon in 1906, from Pittsburgh PA to
join the general agents of National Union Fire Insurance Company of Pittsburgh. Eventually he became Oregon
State Fire Insurance Commissioner, and State Fire Marshal. He was also an amateur photographer. [~ Pioneer
History of Oregon 1922; Corresp:Carl Reeve ~]
ii FRANCIS8 (“Frank”), b 5 Sep 1859; d 1 Nov 1943; unmarried; r Louisville KY, where he worked for Bell Telephone
and was co-holder of several patents.
iii ELLIS8, b 10 Apr 1861; d CA 21 May 1887; r Santa Ana CA.
756 iv LEWIS WALLACE8, b 26 Sep 1862; m Emma Jane THOMAS.
v EDGAR8, b 12 Oct 1864; d CA 1939; m Florence SCHAFFER; r Chico, Butte Co and Orange, Orange Co CA.
Son of Edgar and Florence:
i BRONSON9, b 1900; d CA Dec 1974; married ---.
vi GEORGE LEMUEL8, b 22 Oct 1866; d 29 May 1888
757 vii JOHN NELSON8, b 10 May 1868; m Ora B CRETS.
758 viii STANTON8, b 8 Aug 1869; m/1 Hattie I RICKS; m/2 Viola Glenn PEEK.
ix CORA DELL8, b 2 Dec 1871; d 2 Dec 1950; m Daviess Co 15 Nov 1891 Sylvester Thomas SWANN, b 20 May 1866,
d Oct 1956; r Veale Twp, where they were members of Bethel Church.
Children of Cora and Sylvester:
i Cleo SWANN9, ; m Clarence E CHATTIN.
ii Una B SWANN9, ; d in infancy
iii Joseph Nelson SWANN9, b 3 Sep 1897; m Eula YEAGER.
iv Jennie Ruth SWANN9, b 22 May 1900; d same day.
v Jesse Ralph SWANN9, twin, b 22 May 1900; m Jessie BINGHAM.
vi Clifford Jean SWANN9, b 12 Nov 1906
x BERTHA A8, b 14 Sep 1873; d 9 Jul 1920; m 9 Sep 1900 Thomas C SINGLETON; r Veale Twp, and were
members of Bethel Church.
xi JENNIE PEARL8, b 20 Nov 1874; d 23 Apr 1879
759 xii OTIS CHANCEY8, b 17 Jul 1879; m Geneva Maude WALLACE.
527. GEORGE H7 BARBER, b 13 Apr 1839; d Oak Grove KY 2 May 1897; m/1 Daviess Co 24 Apr 1867 Minerva VEALE, b 24 May 1843, d 22 Sep 1870; m/2 Daviess Co 17 Sep 1872 Jennie CARNAHAN, b 17 Mar 1854, d 31 Aug 1931.
George served in the Civil War, in Company D, 24th Indiana Volunteers. He was injured, and lost a leg. After that he became a boot and shoe merchant, a fire and life insurance agent, and then a clerk in the Pension Department in Washington DC. In 1880 they lived in Washington, Daviess Co. [~ 1880 Census:Washington, Daviess Co ~]
Child of George and Jennie:
i JOHN MILO8, b 20 Aug 1868; d 2 Sep 1870.
Children of George and Jennie:
ii LEONA8, b 1872/3; m 10 Jul 1899 Clay UNGER.
Children of Leona and Clay:
Norma UNGER9, ; m Paul KIDDER.
Hilda UNGER9, ; m William BENTON.
Aden UNGER9, b 26 Dec 1907; m ---.
iii JAMES WALTER8, b 9 Sep 1874; d 1914.
iv ETHEL M8, b 1877/8; m 1 Nov 1905 Clarence JACKSON.
v ELLIS8, b 4 Sep 1887
528. ORSON EFFINGHAM7 BARBER (Chester Peter6), b Greene, Chenango Co NY 31 Jul 1842; d Hancock, Waushara Co WI 30 Oct 1922; m Wautoma, Waushara Co 24 Mar 1869 Lydia Ann HUGHS, b Freemont, Steuben Co IL 31 Oct 1848; d Hancock 3 Jul 1904, daughter of Joseph H HUGHS; r Rome, Adams Co WI, and in Hancock. [~ CT State Lib:Burrows Gen; Manuscript:Constance Marie Swank Smith; Corresp:France Stenberg; 1880 census:Adams Co ~]
Children of Orson and Lydia:
i KATE ADELL8, b Hancock 18 Feb 1870; d Indio, Riverside Co CA 26 Jul 1962; m Hancock 2 Mar 1892 Winfred
Johnson WILEY, b 19 Sep 1865, d 28 Mar 1915; r Hancock WI.
Children of Kate and Winfred, born in Hancock:
iii Winfred Barber WILEY9, b 16 Oct 1901; m Bernice Veril LANE.
ii CELIA ANNA8, Deerfield, Dane Co WI 1882; d Wild Rose, Waushara Co 14 Oct 1906; m Hancock, Waushara Co,
Otis Clark ADAMS, b Day, Sippi Co WI, d Orlando FL 17 Jan 1959; r WI.
Children of Celia and Otis:
i Orson Clark ADAMS9, Hancock 22 Sep 1907; m Irene Caroline NOTBOHM.
ii Norman Lynn ADAMS9, b Hancock 2 Feb 1909; m Ida Mae WILEY.
iii Donald Melvin ADAMS9, b Ladysmith, Chippedale Co WI 4 Jun 1913; m Maude Sarah BAYER.
iv Annabelle Frances ADAMS9, b Hancock 25 Dec 1916; m Roy STEELE.
v Natalie Adele ADAMS9, b Ladysmith 15 Dec 1918; m Walter MILLS.
760 iii CHESTER HARRISON8, b Deerfield, Dane Co WI 26 Oct 1883; m Lucy Belle McAULY.
529. HEMAN7 BARBER (Shubael6), b probably Washington Co NY 1803/4; d Eden, Seneca Co OH 7 Sep 1872; m Keziah ‑‑‑, b NY 20 Mar 1804, d Eden 18 Jan 1872; r Melmore, Seneca Co.
In 1850 a George WESTBROOK, b NY 1838/9 was living with them. Also Heman’s mother Charlotte was there. [~ 1850 Census:Melmore ~]
Children of Heman and Keziah:
761 i NATHANIEL8, b OH 1831/2; m Catharine S SWANDER.
762 ii MIAL P or MILES, b NY 1833/4; m Nancy HARTSOCK.
iii WILLIAM8, b OH 1838/9
iv WARD8 or DAVID, b OH 1840/1; probably is the Ward BARBER who married, Fulton Co OH, Sarah Belle
TRESSLER; r York, Fulton Co in 1880. [~ 1880 Census:York; IGI:OH ~]
Children of Ward and Sarabelle:
i BLANCH MAIZIE9, b 1872
ii DILLA9, b 1873/4
iii PIERRE T9, b 1877/8
530. RALPH JONES7 BARBER (Martin6), b Richmond VT 12 Jul 1832; d Waterbury VT 1 Apr 1920; m Celestia Ann RING, b Huntington VT 16 Jul 1840, d Waterbury 10 Mar 1907, daughter of Oscar and Clarissa (CARPENTER) RING; r Richmond.
Ralph was a farm laborer. [~ Vital rec:Richmond, Waterbury and Huntington VT ~]
Child of Ralph and Celestia:
i MARTIN CASWELL8, b Richmond 20 Apr 1859; d Waterbury 29 Jul 1933; m there 30 Jan 1878 Martha Josephine
WALLACE, b there Mar 1859; r Waterbury. Martin was a farmer. [~ Vital rec:Waterbury ~]
Children of Martin and Martha, born at Waterbury:
i FRANK R9, b 24 Apr 1878; d Waterbury 22 Oct 1882
ii RALPH D9, b 5 Sep 1898; d Waterbury 15 Apr 1900
531. EDGAR LEE7 BARBER (Gideon6), b Bolton VT 26 Aug 1847; d Jericho VT 14 Dec 1909; m Williston VT Aug 1868 Ada P FAY, b Richmond 24 Mar 1848, d Jericho 20 Aug 1913, daughter of Nathan Murray and Beulah K (THOMPSON) FAY; r Jericho.
Edgar farmed at Jericho. [~ Vital rec:Bolton, Jericho, Richmond and Williston ~]
Children of Edgar and Ada, born at Jericho:
i AGNES L8, b 1871; m Edward Asa RHODES.
ii ADELBERT F8, b Oct 1873; d 1908; m ‑‑‑; r Chittenden Co VT. Adelbert's wife died before Adelbert did, and his
mother became guardian of their child Murray in 1908. [~ Adelbert's Estate, 1908 ~]
Child of Adelbert:
i MURRAY ADELBERT9
532. SIDNEY JOHN7 BARBER (Denslow6), b Richmond VT 1844; d Jericho VT 5 Sep 1902; m Jericho 1 Aug 1868 Ellen C Robinson WILDER, b Jericho 14 Jan 1851, d there 22 Feb 1919, daughter of Harrison and Elizabeth (ROBINSON) WILDER; r Jericho and Fletcher VT.
Sidney was a laborer. [~ Vital rec:Richmond and Jericho; Estate of Ellen C 1919 ~]
Children of Sidney and Ellen, born at Fletcher:
i LULA M8, b 11 Dec 1868
ii EUGENE F8, b 23 Mar 1870; d Brattleboro VT 1892; unmarried. [~ Eugene's estate, 1892 ~]
763 iii LEROY EZRA8, b Fletcher 6 Feb 1873; m/1 Agnes WILDER; m/2 Clara BESSETTE.
iv SIDNEY JOHN8, b 21 Apr 1874; d Jericho 1905; unmarried.
v EDITH8, b Fletcher 26 Apr 1876
vi HARLAND EDGAR8, twin, b 26 Apr 1876; d Jericho 10 Sep 1928, unmarried.
vii LILLIAN MAY8, b Fletcher 15 Feb 1878; m Charles Rice BICKNELL.
533. LEVI CLARK7 BARBER (Lyman R6), b probably DeKalb Co IL 27 Jan 1844; d 4 Apr 1897/8; m Alice ---. Alice may be Martha A Boyd: Levi C m Neosho Co KS 18 Feb 1869 Martha A BOYD. Or Martha may be his second wife.
Levi lived in DeKalb Co IL until 1859, then his mother brought her family to the Fort Scott area in Bourbon Co KS. [~ Corresp:James C Ford, Jr.; Kansas Marriage Index ~]
Child of Levi and Alice:
i CLARENCE8, ; m Nora WEEKS.
Children of Clarence and Nora:
534. MANLY DEWITT7 BARBER (Lyman R6), b probably Cortland, DeKalb Co IL 21 May 1852; d Knoxville TN 18 Aug 1928; m 14 Mar 1877 Sarah Jane LOVE, b IL 24 Apr 1854, d TN 16 Jun 1932, daughter of Frederick Decatur and Alice Chapin (WEST) LOVE, Jr.
Manly was a farmer in Illinois, and later a contractor in Tennessee. Manly kept a journal of his life experiences, up through the year 1894. In it he detailed many interesting things that happened to him, and included observations he made of his surroundings during short excursions and longer trips. The journal has been photocopied and bound by his granddaughter, and several Barber descendants have copies. [~ Corresp:Judith R Hutchinson; 1880 census:Cortland ~]
Children of Manly and Sarah:
i ALICE CORNELIA8, b 24 May 1879; d 31 Dec 1969; m 21 Dec 1908 Van Albert WHITMORE, b 14 Sep 1878, d 9
Children of Alice and Van Albert:
i Ruth Louise WHITMORE9, b 8 Jul 1910; d 30 Apr 1919.
ii Barbara Alice WHITMORE9, b 28 Mar 1913; m John William THOMAS.
ii LEROY WANTON8, b DeKalb Co IL 10 Sep 1883; d there 1 Sep 1885.
764 iii GUY LOVE8, b IL 28 Sep 1887; m/1 Nellie Maud McMURRY, he m/2 Besa Samples CRAWFORD.
765 iv DAVID WEST8, b IL 7 Jan 1890; m Carol Elizabeth PARMELEE.
v LORA BLANCHE8, b IL 16 Dec 1894; d 13 Feb 1956; m 12 Jun 1917 Hugh Hadley MOORE, b IL 29 Jan 1891, d 1
Children of Lora and Hugh:
i Hadley Chapin MOORE9, b TN 24 Dec 1919
ii Gloria Barber MOORE9, b 16 Oct 1921
iii Helen Anita MOORE9, b 15 Mar 1923
535. GEORGE FRANKLIN7 BARBER (Lyman R6), b Cortland, DeKalb Co IL 30 Jul 1854; d Knoxville TN 17 Feb 1915; m at DeKalb 8 Oct 1878 Laura Alice CHENEY, b MO 23 Sep 1858, d Knoxville 8 Feb 1915, daughter of William Hall and Lydia A (STODDARD) CHENEY.
George was at first a farmer in Kansas, and later, in Tennessee, an architect and manufacturer of Victorian style cottages, which he sold in kit form, and shipped them to the purchaser. To sell these materials, he published a book “The Cottage Souvenir: A Repository of Artistic Cottage Architecture and Miscellaneous Designs”. People could read the material, purchase the plans and all the materials would be shipped by rail to them.
[~ Corresp:Judith R Hutchinson ~]
Children of George and Laura:
i CHARLES IRVING8, b DeKalb Co IL 24 Oct 1887; d Knoxville TN 14 Jun 1962; m/1 8 Oct 1912 Marian LAWRENCE,
b TN 30 May 1883, d Knoxville 30 Nov 1949; he m/2 Knoxville 24 Nov 1953 Mrs. Blanche (GILL) McKINNEY, who d
1992, daughter of William L and Lillie (MONGER) GILL. Charles had no children.
He was a designer and architect of many churches and homes in eastern Tennessee as well as several buildings
on the campus of the University of Knoxville. The Church Street Methodist Church in
Knoxville was designed by him in neo-gothic style, with flying buttresses. He also designed the original Gatlinburg
Tennessee Visitor’s Center for the Great Smoky National Park. This building is now used for offices. Charles,
together with his nephew David West BARBER and David’s sister-in-law Nellie McMURRY’s brother, formed the
Architectural firm of Barber and McMurry in Knoxville.
766 ii GEORGE FRANKLIN8, b Knoxville 27 Nov 1889; m Ruby ROBINSON.
iii LAURA8, b Knoxville 17 Sep 1900; d Raleigh, Wake Co NC 10 Sep 1982; m at Knoxville 8 Oct 1923 Chase
HUTCHINSON, b Olney, Richland Co IL 10 Sep 1900, d Coral Gables, Dade Co FL 19 Mar 1971, son of Richard
Sprigg Canby and Caroline Mahlon “Carrie” (MARSHALL) HUTCHINSON.
Laura was a graduate of Berea College, Berea KY, and taught home economics before she was
married. Chase attended Carnegie Technical Institute and the University of Tennessee at Knoxville,
studying electrical engineering. He worked for many years as a field engineer at Ebasco. Shortly before his
retirement he became an avid sailor, and sailed his sloop on Biscayne Bay and its environs.
Children of Laura and Chase, born in Knoxville TN:
i Laura Carolyn HUTCHINSON9, b 8 Aug 1924; m Walter Howard BRICKETT; r Raleigh NC.
ii Jeannette HUTCHINSON9, b 28 Jan 1927; m Roy Fielden UNDERWOOD; r Raleigh NC.
iii Charles Chase “Bud” HUTCHINSON9, b 9 Apr 1933; m Lafayette, Walker Co GA
19 Nov 1959 Judith Caroline REESOR, b Atlanta GA 5 Apr 1937, daughter
of Delbert Arnold and Annette Richardson (EPPS) REESOR.
Judith has provided the material for this section of the Thomas
Barber Genealogy. Bud is an electrical engineer, and worked in radar
engineering for Westinghouse Electric in Baltimore MD. Judith received
her B.S. in biology from Winthrop College (now University) in Rock Hill SC. She worked as a medical
research technician at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine Immunogenetics Laboratory,
and then as laboratory manager of the Pediatrics Oncology Laboratory there. She has a
commercial pilot’s certificate, with a glider rating, and has private
pilot privileges in single-engine aircraft. They live in Linthicum
Heights, Ann Arundel Co MD, and have 3 children, David Andrew, Charles
Barber, and Thomas Chase._
536. ABNER7 BARBER (Asa6), b Harwinton CT 22 Dec 1808; m 5 Jun 1832 Lydia FULLER, b 6 Nov 1809, daughter of Sylvanus and Betsey (WINTON) FULLER of Carlisle, Cumberland Co PA; r Cuyahoga Co OH. [~ 1909 Barber Gen; IGI:OH; Fuller Gen ~]
Children of Abner and Lydia:
i ELIZABETH8, ; m Cuyahoga Co 1847 Wright BROMLEY.
ii MINERVA8, b 1 Sep 1835; m Cuyahoga Co 11 Feb 1855 Carlton FULLER.
Children of Minerva and Carlton:
i Frederick FULLER9, b 6 Apr 1856
ii Nellie FULLER9, b 3 Aug 1858
iii Hattie FULLER9, b 22 Oct 1860
iii LYDIA ANTOINETTE8, b 17 Dec 1837; m 20 Oct 1859 William PHILLIPS, b 17 Dec 1837, son of James and Almira
(CRAWFORD) PHILLIPS; r Cleveland OH.
William served in the Civil War, and then returned to the family farm in Cleveland, where he was considered one of
the leading market-gardeners of Cuyahoga County. [~ Memorial Record of Cuyahoga Co and Cleveland
OH,1894,Lewis Publ.Co ~]
Children of Antoinette and William:
i Ella PHILLIPS9, b 8 Dec 1860
ii James W PHILLIPS9, b 6 Apr 1866
iii Minerva or Mary PHILLIPS9, b 28 Feb 1868
iv Charles R PHILLIPS9, b 6 Dec 1869
v Bert PHILLIPS9, b 15 Dec 1871
vi Gertrude PHILLIPS9, b 11 Apr 1874
vii Emma PHILLIPS9
viii Frank PHILLIPS9
ix Ralph PHILLIPS9
iv ASA88 b 1 Feb 1839; m Vincent BINGLEY.
vi ALBERT8, ; r Cleveland.
537. LOYAL ROSSITER7 BARBER (Asa6), b Harwinton CT 20 Aug 1811; d there 25 May 1885; m Litchfield CT 26 Jun 1833 Lucretia BUELL, b 25 Apr 1814, daughter of Norman and Marina (WEBSTER) BUELL of Litchfield; r Litchfield.
Loyal was a farmer, and also engaged extensively in the timber business. He moved to Litchfield in the year of his marriage. He served several terms as a selectman, and was an active member of the Congregational Church. [~ 1909 Barber Gen; Barbour Index; Barber family rec; New Haven County; VR:CT ~]
Children of Loyal and Lucretia:
i AMELIA B8, b 9 Sep 1835; m Litchfield 28 Dec 1857 Edwin L PERKINS, who d 25 Aug 1864; r Litchfield. Edwin
died while serving in the Union Army in the Civil War.
Children of Amelia and Edwin:
i Cora A PERKINS9, b 6 Nov 1858
ii Edwin P PERKINS9, b 15 Feb 1860
767 ii NORMAN BUELL8, b Litchfield 9 Oct 1837; m Susan Beach WOOD.
iii LUCRETIA R8, b Litchfield 17 Mar 1840; d 22 Oct 1889; m 2 Aug 1863 Daniel N HANCOCK, b Wrentham MA 27
Dec 1838; d 11 Aug 1921; r Wrentham.
Children of Lucretia and Daniel:
i Lyman B HANCOCK9, b 6 Oct 1865; m Nellie E GUILD.
ii Nellie M HANCOCK9, b 5 Jan 1869
iv MARINA W8, b 4 Sep 1842; m 9 Aug 1862 Leonard O BRADLEY. Leonard served in the Civil War.
Children of Marina and Leonard:
i Lottie E BRADLEY9, b 11 Mar 1867; m William P MORGAN.
ii Loulie E BRADLEY9, b 13 Nov 1871; d 17 Aug 1872.
iii Loulie E BRADLEY9, b 9 Feb 1873; d 14 May 1873.
v MINERVA C8, b Litchfield 9 Feb 1845; d 12 Apr 1846; buried at Litchfield.
768 vi LYMAN BURTON8, b 8 Mar 1847; m Wealthy Jane COOPER.
vii AUGUSTA B8, b 2 May 1853; d 8 Nov 1938; m Harwinton 13 May 1875 Edgar M CHIPMAN, b Waterbury CT 1854,
d 1923; buried there.
viii DANIEL LOYAL8, b 19 Mar 1855; d 26 May 1932; m Harwinton 24 Jun 1878 Emily J BUTLER, b there 8 May 1856,
d 31 Oct 1932, daughter of Lewis and Parlia (BRACE) BUTLER; r Burlington and at Wallingford CT. They had no
Daniel's earliest occupation was tending an engine at the Barber & Dayton Spring Bed and Scaffold Bracket
Company. When the company failed he went to the Stanley Level and Rule Co, and later W R Hartingan's wood
turning establishment, as the foreman. Still later he was foreman of the buffing department of R Wallace &
Sons Manufacturing Co, Wallingford.
Daniel joined the Connecticut National Guard in 1875, and was promoted numerous times until he was a Captain
by the time he retired in 1900. He was very active in the Masons, and the Foresters of America. He served a
number of terms on the town committee, and on the Court of Burgesses. Daniel and Emily were Congregationalists. [~ Barber
family rec; Loomis Gen ~]
ix JULIA M8, b 30 Aug 1859; d 28 Apr 1891; m Harwinton 13 Apr 1878 George E TAFT, b Sheffield MA 1855; buried
at Avon CT.
538. LYMAN7 BARBER (Asa6), b Harwinton CT 26 Aug 1813; d 13 May 1865; m (“Lyman of Harwinton”) Litchfield CT 22 Aug 1838 Amelia BUELL of Litchfield, b 24 Feb 1818, daughter of Norman and Marina (WEBSTER) BUELL of Litchfield.
Lyman and Amelia moved from Litchfield to Sheldonville and Wrentham MA. [~ 1909 Barber Gen; Barbour Index; Barber family rec; Buell Gen #1 ~]
Children of Lyman and Amelia:
i LYMAN B8, b 18 Dec 1842; d 9 Feb 1843; buried at Litchfield.
ii SABURTON W8, b 4 Feb 1846; d 28 Jan 1847.
iii AMELIA BUELL8, b 25 Nov 1853; d 26 Jan 1919; m 22 Jun 1875(?) Louis Henry PHERSON, b 8 Jan 1851, d Dec
Children of Amelia and Louis:
i Bessie Cleveland PHERSON9, b 3 May 1873; d 14 Sep 1918; unmarried.
ii Albertine Augusta PHERSON9, b 25 Jul 1875; m Leslie Grover YOUNG.
iii Florence Miriam PHERSON9, b 4 May 1877; m Joseph Thompson HUTCHINSON Jr.
iv JEANIE W8, b 21 Mar 1858; d 24 May 1858.
539. ?RICHARD7 BARBER (Martin6), b probably Butternuts, Otsego Co NY 1816/17; d 1891; m (he “of New Lisbon, Otsego Co”) Lodema GORTON, b NY 1823/4, d 1875, daughter of William and Lucy (BENNETT) GORTON; r at Pittsfield and Morris, both in Otsego Co. Morris was created out of Butternuts in 1857. Richard was a carpenter.
In 1850 William GORTON, farmer, b NY 1782/3, lived with them, along with Almina GORTON, b NY 1828/9. [~ NEHGR (v.114); 1850 census:Morris: LDS Fam Search:Jay Sweet ~]
Children of Richard and Lodema:
i JULIA8, b about 1842
ii NANCY8 (or MARY) N8, b NY 1844; d 1893.
iii A PALMER8, b NY 14 Dec 1845; d Morris 14 Oct 1894; m Rosabelle ---, b 1848/9; d Morris 2 May 1915. [~ Cem ~]
iv WARD E8, b 1851; d 1906.
v LEFFIE8, ; m George MATTESON of Chenango Co NY.
Child of Leffie and George:
i William B MATTESON9, b Norwich, Chenango Co, about 1875.
vii ELSIE8, b 1860/1; d 1869.
viii LAURA8, b New Lisbon 1863/4; d 1880.
ix GEORGE8, b New Lisbon
540. JESSE BROCKWAY7 BARBER (Luther6), b Venice (Ross), Butler Co OH 22 May 1825; d Orting, Pierce Co WA 4 Sep 1895; m Fort Madison, Lee Co IA 3 Mar 1850 Julia Marie MUNJAR, b Wilmington, Clinton Co OH 10 Sep 1831, d Lee Co IA 10 Nov 1851, daughter of William Jr. and Mary (LaFLESH) MUNJAR.
Jesse moved to Iowa when he was 13, in 1838. He enlisted in 1848 during the Mexican War. He was wounded by the Mexican Lancers. He also was plagued with diarrhea then and long after that.
He lived in Forbestown, Butte Co CA 1853 to 1865, where he mined and also clerked in a store. He was a Justice of the Peace, a member of the State Militia Co. He moved to Chico, Butte Co in 1865, where he worked in the hotel business. He moved to Washington Territory in 1873, where he worked in a hotel, and farmed.
Julia died shortly after the birth of their daughter. Jesse then went to live in California, where he was at Chico in 1868. [~ Corresp:Martha Anderson ~]
Child of Jesse and Julia:
i JULIA MARIE8, b Lee Co IA 30 Oct 1851; d Oakley, Cassia Co ID 1 Oct 1912; m Salt Lake City UT 20 Dec 1869
John HAYNES, b South Witham, Lincolnshire England 10 Dec 1844, d Oakley 17 Nov 1930, son of John and Ann
(FRANCIS) HAYNES; r Tooele, Tooele Co UT, and Grouse Creek, Box Elder Co UT.
Julia was raised by her mother’s sister Elizabeth and her husband Eli LEE, while Jesse went on to California.
Children of Julia and John:
i John HAYNES9, b Tooele 20 Dec 1870; m Mary TEEMS.
ii Eli HAYNES9, b Tooele 5 Jun 1873; d 1880.
iii Thomas Barber HAYNES9, b Tooele 9 Dec 1875; m Margaret Richards BOWEN.
iv Henry HAYNES9, b Tooele 28 Mar 1878; d 1891.
v Julia Marie HAYNES9, b Grouse Creek 29 Jan 1881; m John Edward MECHAM.
vi Samuel HAYNES9, b Grouse Creek 23 Jul 1883; d 1953.
vii Caroline Elizabeth HAYNES9, b Grouse Creek 23 Mar 1885; d Coeur D’Alene ID 1970; m Nathan Henry TANNER.
viii Frank Lee HAYNES9, b Grouse Creek 3 Jan 1887/9; m Minerva Jane HAYNES.
ix James HAYNES9, b Grouse Creek 22 Mar 1890/1; m Cora Ann LAKE.
x William HAYNES9, b Grouse Creek 7 Sep 1893; d 23 Sep 1893.
xi Sarah Ann HAYNES9, b Grouse Creek 12 Jun 1896; m Melvin McLAWS.
541. WILLIAM BENHAM7 BARBER (Norris Benham6), b probably Harwinton CT 13 Apr 1813; d Harwinton 26 Jul 1843; m there 4 May 1834 Judith Bede Marietta FRISBIE, b Harwinton 1810, d there 31 Oct 1852, daughter of Enos and Chloe (WILSON) FRISBIE; r Harwinton. [~ 1909 Barber Gen; Barbour Index; Vital rec:CT; William's Will, 1843; Bede's Estate Distribution, 1852; CT Hist Soc:Frisbie Gen ~]
Children of William B and Bede:
i CHARLES SESSIONS8, b Harwinton 13 Oct 1835; d there 1 Mar 1913; m Torrington CT 8 May 1863 Ellen JONES,
b 1831, d 1902, daughter of Julius and Maria (SCOVILLE) JONES; r Harwinton, at Hartford CT, and at West
Charles was 8 years old when his father died. He lived after that with his grandfather Barber, whose homestead
became owner of later. It was known as the "Orchard Stock Farm". Charles was a farmer.
He joined the 19th Regiment of Connecticut Volunteer Infantry in the Union Army, for 3 years, during the Civil War.
Charles was elected to the State Legislature in 1874. He was a Republican, and later a member of the
Prohibitionist Party. He was an organizer of the Harwinton Agricultural Society, of which he was president for 9
years. Charles and Ellen were Congregationalists and both taught Sunday School. [~ Vital rec:CT; Litchfield Biog ~]
Children of Charles S and Ellen, born at Hartford:
i WILLIAM JONES9, b 19 May 1866; m/1 ‑‑‑; he m/2 Hartford 1891 Julia A ULRICH, b Hartford
1868/9, d 21 Nov 1921; buried at Harwinton. William graduated from the Normal College in
Connecticut, and started at the New York Medical College, but he was forced to withdraw due
to poor health. Thereafter he farmed.
ii CHARLES9, b 1 Aug 1870; d Hartford 30 Aug 1870.
iii FREDDIE9, b 3 Nov 1871; d Hartford 5 Dec 1871.
iv ALBERT JONES9, b 27 Oct 1873; d 22 Aug 1885.
v JOHN SESSION9, b 4 Oct 1875; d Hartford 8 Aug 1889.
ii ELIZABETH8, b 18 Mar 1841; m 10 Jan 1865 Sheldon A BARBER (see #543).
iii ERASABETH8, b 13 Mar 1842; d 17 Dec 1910; m 23 Sep 1862 Bennett M LEAVENWORTH, b 1838; both are
buried at New Milford CT.
Children of Erasabeth and Bennett:
i Belle Beede LEAVENWORTH9, ; m Oct 1886 Howard GREEN.
ii Walter Barber LEAVENWORTH9, ; m 15 Oct 1891 Anna WILSON.
542. AUGUSTUS LEWIS7 BARBER (Lewis6), b Burlington CT 5 Apr 1814; d Farmington CT 24 Apr 1846; m Farmington (“both of Farmington”) 28 Sep 1836 Ann L THOMPSON, b there 17 Feb 1815; d 16 Jul 1880, daughter of Asahel and Ruth (WHITMAN) THOMPSON; r Farmington and at Berlin CT.
He also farmed in New Britain, and in 1842 moved to Lafayette, Onondaga Co NY for a time. Ann m/2 Farmington (Ann “of Farmington”) 1 Feb 1855, William SEDGWICK, b West Hartford CT 1804. Ann and William had one child: William Thompson SEDGWICK, b 29 Dec 1855. [~ 1909 Barber Gen; Barbour Index; CT church Rec; Vital rec:CT; Hartford County:Beers ~]
Children of Augustus and Ann:
i FREDERICK LEWIS8, b Farmington 7 Feb 1838; d there 8 Dec 1848.
ii HENRY WHITMAN8, b New Britain 29 Jul 1840; d Farmington 4 Nov 1914; m Barkhamsted CT 29 Apr 1868 Harriet
W YOUNG, b Pleasant Valley, Barkhamsted 12 Feb 1842, d Farmington 28 Oct 1924, daughter of Daniel and Ann
After his father's death, Henry lived with his mother at the home of his uncle, ‑‑‑
THOMPSON, from the age of 6, while he attended school. Then he attended Simeon Hart Boarding School in
Farmington, and the Farmington Academy. During the Civil War Henry enlisted in Company A, 25th Connecticut
About 1863 he bought a farm in Farmington, and settled there for the rest of his life. In addition to farming, he was
a member of the First Congregational Church of Farmington, secretary of the school board, vice‑president of the
Farmington Savings Bank, superintendent of the Farmington Creamery, and treasurer of the Cemetery Association.
Child of Henry and Harriet:
i ANNA YOUNG9, b Farmington 28 May 1869.
iii THEODORE AUGUSTUS8, b 5 Mar 1843; d 11 Aug 1864.
iv WALTER EDWARD8, b 13 May 1845; d 1 Jul 1846.
543. SHELDON ARANDA7 BARBER (Sheldon6), b Harwinton CT 10 May 1820; d there 27 Jun 1901; m/1 Harwinton 4 Sep 1844 Clarissa Joan BARBER, b 4 Jun 1821, d Harwinton 2 Nov 1863, daughter of Orrin and Sally (PHELPS) BARBER (see #304); r Harwinton.
Sheldon m/2 Harwinton 10 Jan 1865, Elizabeth BARBER, b 18 Mar 1841, d Harwinton 24 Jan 1927, daughter of William B and Bede (FRISBIE) BARBER (see #541). Sheldon was a farmer.
[~ 1909 Barber Gen; Barbour Index; Vital rec:CT; Barber family rec ~]
Child of Sheldon A and Clarissa:
i SHELDON HEZEKIAH8, b Harwinton 2 Aug 1845; d there 13 Jul 1878; m/1 Harwinton 17 Feb 1869 Ellen E
HINMAN, b Southbury CT Feb 1851, d 9 Aug 1869; r Harwinton. Hezekiah m/2 Harwinton 22 Dec
1870 Louraine Martha ALLEN, b Goshen CT 1848. [~ Barbour Index ~]
Child of Sheldon H and Ellen:
i ARTHUR SHELDON9, b Harwinton 2 Jul 1875; d 17 Jul 1885.
544. HORACE WILSON7 BARBER (Sheldon6), b Harwinton CT 21 Oct 1821; d there 17 Dec 1918; m Torrington CT 23 May 1850 Jennette S BIRGE, b 23 Feb 1832, d Harwinton 17 Jan 1892; r Harwinton.
Horace was a farmer. The story is told of how he once bought a yoke of oxen, but found them to be so hard to manage that he sold them a very short time later for half the price he had paid for them, and was happy to be rid of them. [~ 1909 Barber Gen; Vital rec:CT; Barber family rec; CT Hist Soc:Catlin Manuscript ~]
Children of Horace and Jennette, born at Harwinton:
769 i NORMAN HINDALE8, b 8 Nov 1851; m Clara Eliza CATLIN.
ii EVAGENE MARIA8, b 27 May 1853; d Collinsville CT 2 Aug 1933; m Harwinton 28 Nov 1872 Henry Hopkins
CATLIN, b there 2 Nov 1841, d 26 Oct 1921, son of Henry and Emeline (HOPKINS) CATLIN.
Child of Evagene and Henry:
i Jennie E CATLIN9, b 3 Jan 1877; d 24 May 1939; unmarried.
iii MARY ETTA8, b 19 Jul 1856; d 21 Dec 1880; m Harwinton 29 Mar 1879 Rev. Walter Martin GOODWIN, b there 15
Mar 1855, son of Martin Luther and Lucy Roxana (WILSON) GOODWIN; r Asotin Co WA. In addition to his being a
pastor, Walter is also recorded as a farmer in Asotin County. [~ Goodwin Gen ~]
Child of Mary Etta and Walter:
i Bessie Lena GOODWIN9, b 11 Feb 1880
545. CHARLES HUBERT7 BARBER (Sheldon6), b Harwinton CT 28 Aug 1823; d there 9 Jun 1904; m Harwinton (“both of Harwinton”) 23 Sep 1848 Maria Angeline CLARK, b 20 Feb 1826, d Harwinton 17 Aug 1911; r Harwinton. Charles was a farmer. He was a State Representative in 1874. [~ 1909 Barber Gen; Barbour Index; IGI:CT; Vital rec:CT; Barber family rec; Lure of the Litchfield Hills ~]
Children of Charles and Maria:
i ADELINE ELIZA8, b 12 Nov 1849; d Harwinton 22 Feb 1925; unmarried.
770 ii WILBUR LEWIS8, b 26 Dec 1851; m Ella Grace BIRGE.
iii WILLIAM8, b 26 Dec 1852
546. WILLARD O7 BARBER (Chester6), b 15 Sep 1825; d Torrington CT 25 Oct 1901; m/1 Harwinton CT (“Willard of Torringford”) 16 Oct 1850 Sarah BIRGE of Harwinton, b 15 Jan 1828, d 12 Mar 1853, daughter of Allen BIRGE; r Torrington.
Willard m/2 Torrington 23 May 1855, Mary Ellen WOODWARD, b 5 Aug 1833, d New Hartford CT 15 Jul 1915, daughter of Griswold and Lucia (WHITING) WOODWARD. The marriage record lists Mary Ellen as "daughter of Samuel".
Willard was a wagon‑maker in the 1850's, and a farmer in 1870. His first wife Sarah died just 5 days after the birth of her daughter. [~ 1909 Barber Gen; Barber family rec; Barbour Index; Vital rec:CT ~]
Child of Willard and Sarah, born at Torrington:
i SARAH BIRGE8, b 7 Mar 1853; d Torrington 3 Apr 1931; m New Hartford 1 Jun 1876 Charles Isaac WATERMAN, b
Windsor CT 19 Jan 1853, d Torrington 15 Jun 1893, son of Isaac Perkins and Lucy Ann (LOOMIS) WATERMAN. [~
CT Hist Soc:Waterman Gen ~]
Children of Sarah and Charles:
i Maude Gertrude WATERMAN9, b Aug 1877; d Torrington 26 May 1899.
ii William Barber WATERMAN9, b 20 Sep 1881; m Lola Maud SENIOR; r Torrington.
iii Lucy Hazel WATERMAN9, b 26 Apr 1890
Children of Willard and Mary Ellen, born at Torrington:
771 ii WILLARD VERNAL8, b 17 Jan 1858; m/1 Isabella E OSBORN; m/2 Elizabeth ACHMAN.
iii GIRL8, b 30 Sep 1865
iv ERWIN W8, b 22 Nov 1867; m Torrington 23 Nov 1892 Anna L HYDE, b 1872, daughter of Irving and Opelia
(ROGERS) HYDE; r Torrington, also at Rutland VT; and also possibly in Ohio. [~ CT State Lib:Lapham Gen ~]
Children of Erwin and Anna, born at Torrington:
i CLARENCE ERWIN9, b 16 Sep 1893; m Gertrude SEERY; they had no children.
ii HAROLD WILLARD9, b 14 Jun 1902; m Hamden CT 30 Nov 1933 Ellen M LUKE, b
Hamden 1906, daughter of Charles M and Catherine (MARTIN) LUKE.
547. ALBERT PENFIELD7 BARBER (Vincent6), b Otis MA 1 May 1824; d Torrington CT 23 Dec 1874; m Warren CT (he of Wolcottville CT") 1 Dec 1845 Elizabeth STRICKLAND of Warren, b 1820, d Harwinton CT 21 Jun 1881, daughter of William and Lorinda (WADHAMS) STRICKLAND; r Torrington in 1850, and at Harwinton in 1860 and 1870.
Albert did brass foundry work. In 1870 he was a miller. [~ 1909 Barber Gen; Barbour Index; Vital rec:CT; Albert's Will, 1874: to wife, and to Caroline A, daughter of John Beach; CT State Lib:Wadhams Gen ~]
Children of Albert and Elizabeth:
i MARY J8, b 1848; m Torrington 31 Dec 1867 John A BEACH.
Child of Mary and John:
i Caroline A BEACH9, b before 1874.
ii SARAH H8, b 1866; probably the Sarah who m Thomas J ALLDIS. He served in the Civil War.
548. SHERMAN N7 BARBER (Vincent6), b probably Otis MA 14 Mar 1835; d Silver Creek, Chautauqua Co NY 3 Mar 1890; m Stockton, Chautauqua Co NY 1858 Louisa LAZELL (or LOZELL); r Silver Creek. [~ Corresp:Curtis Barber ~]
Children of Sherman and Louisa:
i GEORGE VINCENT8, b 28 Jan 1860; m/1 ---; m/2 Laura ---.
Children of George and his second wife:
iv CHARLES L9
v GEORGE V9
vi SHERMAN N9
ii BERTHA C8, b 7 Jun 1862; m --- STARR; r Dunkirk, Chautauqua Co.
549. CHARLES T7 BARBER (Turner6), b probably Butternuts, Otsego Co NY 3 Jan 1820; m 1844 Cornelia MACK; r Oil City, Venango Co PA. [~ 1909 Barber Gen; Corresp:John Miller ~]
Children of Charles and Cornelia:
i MARTIN H8, b 1844; d 23 Apr 1865; buried at South New Berlin, Chenango Co NY.
ii HARRIET8, b Jun 1848
iii CHARLES A8, b 1851; m Lyda ‑‑‑; r Oil City.
Children of Charles A and Lyda:
i GEORGE9, b 1873
ii EVERET9, b 1877
iii MABEL9, b 1879
iv IRA8, b about 16 Jan 1856; d “Feb 30 1856”; buried at South New Berlin.
v WILLIE8, b 1859
vi ELLA8, b 1861
550. SAMUEL COOK7 BARBER (Turner6), b probably Butternuts, Otsego Co NY 23 Aug 1822; d 13 Aug 1863; m Hartland CT 16 Nov 1851 "he of New Britain CT" Lucy Jane CHURCH of Hartland, b 17 Jun 1831, d 30 Sep 1903; r Winsted, in Winchester CT in 1860; Lucy Jane lived at West Granville MA in 1880.
Samuel served in the Union Army during the Civil War, in the 28th Regiment, Connecticut Volunteers. On his way home he died, and was buried on the banks of the Mississippi. His occupation prior to the War was joiner. [~ 1909 Barber Gen; Barbour Index; Vital rec:CT; Samuel's estate, Winchester 1863 ~]
Children of Samuel and Lucy, born at Winchester:
i EMMA M8, b 8 Jan 1853; m Granville 17 May 1876 Ethan Allen DEWEY, b West Springfield MA 9 Feb 1845, d
Westfield MA 21 Mar 1887, son of Andrew Addison and Betsey C (PHELPS) DEWEY; r Granville. Ethan m/1 West
Springfield 1869 Ellen A BISBEE, who died 5 Apr 1873. He was a farmer at Granville.[~ CT State Lib:Dewey Gen ~]
Children of Emma and Ethan:
i Lucy DEWEY9
ii Judson DEWEY9
ii JOHN T8, b 28 Dec 1854; m 2 Jan 1876(?) Mary DRAKE, b Lowell MA 1857/8; r Westfield MA and at Brandon VT.
John was a lumberman. [~ Vital rec:Brandon VT; 1880 Census: Westfield; Barber family rec ~]
Children of John T and Mary:
i HARRY C9, b MA 1878
ii FRANK P9, b MA 1880
iii CECIL RALPH9, b Brandon VT 17 Jan 1886; m Susan Alice PHELAN. They had no children. [~ CT
State Lib:Robinson Gen ~]
iii CHARLES S8, b 11 Dec 1856.
551. LUCIUS B7 BARBER (Turner6), b Norwich, Chenango Co NY 20 Sep 1824; d Winchester CT 25 Jan 1890; m Oct 1851 Abigail BURWELL, b 1822, d 1917; r Barkhamsted CT in 1860, and at Winchester (the West Winsted section) in 1870.
Lucius was a joiner and a millwright. [~ 1909 Barber Gen; Vital rec:CT; Barber family rec ~]
Children of Lucius and Abigail:
i OLIVE L8, b 3 Nov 1853; d 10 Apr 1932.
ii ABBIE C8, b 5 Dec 1855
iii GEORGE B8, b Winchester Feb 1864; d 1931; buried at New Haven; m 12 Apr 1890 Katherine J ROBERTS,
b North Colebrook CT 6 Feb 1867, d New Haven CT 18 Feb 1920, daughter of Burret ROBERTS; r Winsted,
and at New Haven. [~ Cem ~]
Child of George and Katherine:
i GRACE ABIGAIL9, b Winsted 29 Jan 1891; m New Haven 18 Jul 1911 John H EVANS, b 1887.
552. ORVILLE HARRISON7 BARBER (Sherman6); b NY 30 Nov 1832; d New Haven CT 16 Jul 1903; m/1 at Champaign Co OH 26 Nov 1856 Caroline YOCUM, b Champaign Co 22 Oct 1837, d there 2 Nov 1858, daughter of John Wesley and Susanna (WATSON) YOKUM.
Orville m/2 at Champaign Co 28 Jan 1861 Eugenia L SPENCER, b Springfield, Clark Co OH 4 Aug 1842, d Urbana, Champaign Co 26 Mar 1875, daughter of Isaac Whiting and Keziah (HOUCK) SPENCER.
Orville m/3 at Urbana 6 Mar 1877 Emma C ALLISON, b Union, Montgomery Co OH 28 Aug 1851, d Urbana 14 Feb 1895, daughter of Samuel and Lucy (REED) ALLISON; r Springfield, Clark Co, and Urbana, Champaign Co OH.
Orville was a prosperous grocer, but he kept a low profile. [~ Corresp:Rebecca Kenton Pyle ~]
Child of Orville and Caroline:
i WILLIAM SHERMAN8, b Champaign Co 4 May 1858; d Champaign 3 Dec 1880; m there 11 Aug 1878 Emma
BARRITT, daughter of William and Elizabeth A (COHAN) BARRITT; r Wayne, Champaign Co.
Children of Orville and Eugenia:
ii CHARLES SPENCER8, b Champaign Co 6 Oct 1862; d Urbana 4 Aug 1863.
iii CAROLINE ANN8, b Urbana 1864; d there 6 Dec 1908; m Urbana 17 Feb 1885 Oliver Cundiff KENTON, b
Zanesfield, Logan Co OH 30 Aug 1857, d Urbana 11 Apr 1925, son of James and Bridget Jane (TAYLOR)
Oliver was apparently a heavy drinker, and was suspended from the Presbyterian Church in 1909. When his
Father-in-law Orville died, the newspaper reported that Oliver and his brother‑in‑law Pearl were too intoxicated to
attend the funeral; r Urbana.
Children of Caroline and Oliver KENTON, all born at Urbana:
i Shellham KENTON9, b 6 Nov 1885
ii Orville Barber KENTON9, b 19 Oct 1886; d Columbus OH; m Anna ‑‑‑. They had 3 children.
iii Harold Dwight Taylor KENTON9, b 13 Jul 1897; m Mary Helen BOISEN; r
Urbana. Harold’s granddaughter Rebecca PYLE provided the data for this section of the Genealogy.
772 iv PEARL SANFORD8, b Urbana 7 Sep 1867; m Bertha ‑‑‑.
Children of Orville and Emma:
v EMILY M8, b Urbana 21 May 1889; d Urbana 3 Mar 1891.
vi ORVILLE HARRISON8, b Urbana 20 Dec 1891; d Urbana 30 Jul 1894.
553. Dr. ALVIN E7 BARBER (Elizur6), b Torrington CT 7 Apr 1831; d 1922; m 29 Nov 1854 Julia A Birge, b 1833, d 1920, daughter of Allen BIRGE; both are buried at Bethel CT; r Torrington and at Bethel.
Alvin began his career as a teacher, in Harwinton and Winsted. After a few years he started at the Woodstock VT Medical College, and graduated from Berkshire Medical College in Pittsfield MA in 1854. In 1850 he was listed as a joiner. Perhaps this trade supported him while he was studying medicine. He then practiced medicine for 10 years on the Northern side of Long Island NY. After that he studied again, this time at College of Physicians and Surgeons (now part of Columbia University) in New York City. He then practiced a year at Bridgeport CT, before returning to Bethel in 1871 to stay. He became "the oldest physician in Bethel". Alvin and his family were members of the Congregational Church in Bethel. [~ Fairfield Biog; 1909 Barber Gen; Barbour Index ~]
Children of Alvin and Julia:
i EMMA8, b 1859; d 1863.
ii ELIZABETH M8, b 21 Nov 1860; d 1860.
iii MINNIE B8, b 4 Jul 1864; m Theodore H SMITH.
Children of Minnie and Theodore:
i Pauline B SMITH9
ii Clinton Seeley SMITH9
iv ALICE8, died young.
554. HENRY H7 BARBER (Benham6), b Litchfield CT 17 Feb 1836; d Torrington CT 18 Dec 1867; m Torrington 24 Sep 1858 Hannah Everest JOHNSON, b 24 Aug 1839, d Torrington 15 Jun 1916, daughter of Addison and Cornelia JOHNSON; r Torrington.
Henry served in the Civil War. He died at a young age, a few years after the war, and 5 months before his last son was born. [~ 1909 Barber Gen; Vital rec:CT; Barber family rec; CT State Lib:Bissell Gen; Corresp:J Michael Hogan ~]
Children of Henry and Hannah, born at Torrington:
i MARY C8, b 16 Apr 1860; d Torrington 17 Nov 1925; m 16 Apr 1890 Curtis Lucius
BISSELL, b Torrington 26 Nov 1856, d there 7 Dec 1925, son of Lucius E and Harriet (CURTISS) BISSELL.
ii HARRIET ESTHER8 (Etta), b 6 Sep 1862; d Torrington 3 Nov 1898; m there 22 Jun 1892 Charles R
WOODWORTH, b Suffield CT 1852.
773 iii HENRY WHEELER8, b 3 Feb 1865; m Sarah F ANDREWS.
iv CHILD8, b 30 Jan 1867; d 31 Jan 1867.
v FRANCIS ALBERT8, b 8 May 1868; d Hartford CT 3 Jan 1934; m Nellie Frances SMITH, b Amagansett, Suffolk Co
NY 23 Apr 1861, d Springfield MA 5 Nov 1942, daughter of Joseph Knowles and Juliet (SHERMAN) SMITH; r
In 1891 Francis worked in Hartford for the Hartford and Connecticut Western RR. [~ Hartford City Directory ~]
Children of Francis and Nellie, born at Hartford:
i LEON9, b 14 May 1892; d Hartford 2 Nov 1893.
ii FRANCIS ALBERT9, b 10 Jul 1895
555. EDWIN B7 BARBER (Benham6), b probably Litchfield CT 6 May 1838; d Harwinton CT 6 Oct 1890; m Winchester CT 20 Apr 1860 Mary Eliza BURR, b Torrington CT 2 Oct 1839, d Harwinton 2 Jul 1901, daughter of Samuel and Louisa (FLOWER) BURR; r Torrington and at Harwinton.
Edwin was a farmer. His death occurred suddenly when he was accidentally caught under a sliding bank. [~ 1909 Barber Gen; Vital rec:CT; Loomis Gen; Barber family rec ~]
Children of Edwin and Mary, born at Harwinton:
i ELLA ANN8, b 21 Sep 1862
ii JENNIE ISABEL8, b 18 Aug 1864; d 14 Feb 1905; buried at Torrington; m there 4 Mar 1884 Charles W SMITH,
son of James and Harriet (MAINE) SMITH. [~ IGI:CT;Corresp:Dennis Gallo ~]
Children of Jennie and Charles:
i James C SMITH9, b 1884; m Mabel Adelaide DONEGAL.
ii Judson SMITH9, b 1892
iii LIZZIE LOUISA8, b 14 Feb 1866; m 1884 Hollis P RISLEY, b Manchester CT 1858/9.
iv EDWIN BURR8, b 27 Mar 1868; d Harwinton 16 Jul 1875.
v WALTER LYMAN8, b 9 Nov 1874
vi ADDIE IRENE8, triplet, b 9 Nov 1874; d Harwinton 19 Aug 1878.
The two girls of these triplets were so much alike that their mother had to tie ribbons around their arms to tell them
vii IDA MARY8, triplet, b 9 Nov 1874; m Torrington 23 Jun 1900 William CALDER.
viii MARTHA8, b 1875
ix CHARLES SAMUEL8, b 25 Apr 1879; m Torrington 14 Apr 1900 Nellie J McCOY, b Gayston CT 1879; r Torrington.
Children of Charles S and Nellie:
i MARGARET ROSE9, b Harwinton 26 Nov 1900; m Torrington 2 Sep 1929 Raymond W PRATT, b there
ii CHARLES C9, b Torrington 8 Apr 1907.
iii CATHERINE E9, b Torrington 10 Jul 1909.
556. ALONZO P7 BARBER (Bigelow6), b Kirtland, Lake Co OH 1819; d Willoughby, Lake Co 1902; m Phebe KENNEY, b 12 Sep 1816, d 1892, daughter of Jacob and Arathusa (MORELY) KENNEY; r Kirtland. [~ 1850 Census:Kirtland; CT State Lib:Boies Gen ~]
Children of Alonzo and Phebe:
i ISABELLA8, b 1841
ii HARRIET ?NEWELL8, b 1842; d in California 14 Jan 1921; probably the Harriet Newell Barber who m Lucius
Dunham AUSTIN, b Willoughby, Lake Co OH 12 Jul 1838, d 1912, son of Andrew Yates and Susan Tennant
(ROGERS) AUSTIN. [~ CT State Lib: John Austin of New Haven ~]
Children of Harriet and Lucius:
i Isabelle AUSTIN9
ii Mary AUSTIN9
iii ALBERT M8, b 1846; m Lake Co 1868 Eunice CHAPIN; r Kirtland. [~ IGI:OH ~]
Children of Albert and Eunice:
i LEON ALONZO9, b Lake Co 1869.
ii FRANCIS9, b 1871
557. WILLIAM INSIGN7 BARBER (Isaac William6), b Bath, Summit Co OH 27 Dec 1829; m/1 Sep 1859 Nancie J WHITCRAFT of Bath, who died in 1871.
William m/2 1876 Mrs. Sarah J LOVIN, a native of IN. Mrs. Lovin had one child before her marriage to Mr. Barber: Minnie E. LOVIN.
William resided first at Bath with his family. In 1849 he moved to Illinois, but apparently became restless and spent short times in New York, California, and in 1856 Ohio once again. He moved to Douglas County, Kansas in 1857, then to Lawrence, Jefferson County in 1871, and in 1876 to Reno, Leavenworth County KS.
In Reno William was a farmer and stock-raiser, and also Justice of the Peace, and a member of the Congregational Church. He served as clerk of the school board for several years, and was very active in the service of protecting Kansas “during the State troubles”. [~ 1909 Barber Gen; History of Kansas by Cutler ~]
Children of William and Nancie:
i MAGNUS W8, b 1 May 1861; m May 1880 Margaret LINCOLN, b South Plattsburg, Clinton Co MO 27 Aug 1859 (?),
daughter of Charles Howard and Angie (SMITH) LINCOLN; r Kansas City MO. [~ Lincoln Gen ~]
Child of Magnus and Margaret:
i NELLIE L9, b 26 Feb 1891
ii NELLIE M8, b 3 Mar 1863; m 24 Jan 1889 David C MURRAY of Streator, La Salle Co IL; r Streator.
Children of Nellie and David:
i Sadie MURRAY9, b 27 Jun 1890
ii Grace MURRAY9, b 17 Jun 1892
iii David C MURRAY9, b 16 Nov 1893
iv Constance MURRAY9, b 31 Aug 1895
v Alfred J MURRAY9, b 23 Dec 1897
vi Marshall W MURRAY9, b 20 Jun 1900
iii CYRENUS H8, b 26 Feb 1865
iv ALFRED H8, b 15 Jun 1867; m Kansas City MO 1893 Hattie BALL; r Kansas.
Children of Alfred and Hattie:
i ALFRED M9, b 1895
ii HATTIE9, b 1900
Child of William and Sarah:
v VERNON O8
558. CHARLES S7 BARBER (Daniel6), b NY 24 Oct 1829; m Millport, Chemung Co NY Abigail M BOTSFORD; r Elmira and Veteran, both in Chemung Co NY; then moved to Midland, Midland Co MI. [~ CT State Lib: Botsford Gen; 1850 census:Veteran ~]
Children of Charles and Abigail:
i LUFANNA8, b Elmira 15 May 1870; m Ann Arbor MI 14 Sep 1893 James Noble HATCH, b St Helena, Napa Co CA 3
Jan 1868, son of Lucius L HATCH.
James was educated in Vacaville, Solano Co CA, became a Civil Engineer in 1892, and later in 1909 at University
of Michigan, a Mechanical Engineer. He specialized in electric power plants, industrial plants, transmission lines,
water works and sand producing plants. He was a member of American Society E.N.E.L.A., Western
Society of Engineers, Structural Engineers Assoc. of Illinois, and the Chicago Club of Engineers.
[~ CT State Lib:Hatch Gen. ~]
Children of Lufanna and James:
i Marion Abigail HATCH9, b Lansing MI 4 Jul 1894
ii James Hadley HATCH9, b Pittsburgh PA 29 Mar 1896
iii Esther Louise HATCH9, b Evanston IL 2 Aug 1914
ii NELLIE8, ; m George Edward WEBSTER; r Midland.
559. JACOBUS BRUYN7 BARBER (Daniel6), b Ithaca, Cayuga Co NY 15 Mar 1835; d Anna, Union Co IL Sep 1909; m Kalamazoo MI 3 Mar 1857 Mary Elizabeth BARBER, b Buffalo NY 23 Aug 1839, d Waverly, Bremer Co IA 7 Dec 1920; r Waverly. [~ Corresp:Drew Tillotson ~]
Children of Jacobus and Mary:
i GEORGE SEYMORE8
ii WILLIAM ROBERT8, ; m Cora ‑‑‑; He moved to Gulfport, Harrison Co MS, was a prosperous businessman.
Child of William and Cora:
BILLIE9, m ---; and had a son Robert, who still lives in Gulfport.
iii CARRIE MAY8
iv MAUDE OLIVE8
v CLARENCE EUGENE8
vi MABEL CELESTE8
774 vii HARRY TALLETT8, b Waverly 19 Nov 1875; m/1 Floy May SCOTT; m/2 Kathryn WILSON.
560. GEORGE HARVEY7 BARBER (Harvey C6), b probably East Windsor CT 25 Feb 1816; d 20 Oct 1893; m 24 Oct 1839 Silena Marilla HENRY, b 4 Jul 1820, d 17 Sep 1884, daughter of Parsons and Hannah (BICKNELL) HENRY; r Enfield CT.
George was a farmer, and a tobacco dealer, until age 25. He continued his studies, and in about 1841 he became a teacher in Thompsonville (in Enfield), for the next 10 years or so. He later opened a meat market in Thompsonville, which he operated until his death. He was a director of the Thompsonville Trust Co. He attended the Congregational Church. [~ Noah Barber Gen; Encyclopedia:CT ~]
Children of George and Silena:
i ELLEN HANNAH8, b East Windsor 18 Jan 1842; m 20 Oct 1864 Royal Augustus FOWLER, b Westfield MA 4 Jul
1835, d at Thompsonville 13 Dec 1867, son of Royal and Harriet Beecher (SMITH) FOWLER. Royal died leaving a
son less than a year old. He was a Civil War veteran. [~ CT Hist Soc:Thompson Gen; CT Hist Soc:Fowler Gen ~]
Child of Ellen and Royal:
i George Barber FOWLER9, b 25 Jan 1867; m Grace Mary FILER; r Detroit MI.
He graduated from Yale Law School. They had 2 children by 1906.
ii LINNA AMELIA8, b at Enfield 3 Sep 1855; m Thompsonville 13 Oct 1881 Herbert Clarence MOSELEY, b at Enfield
19 Jan 1853, d 22 May 1910, son of George Washington and Mary (LATHROP) MOSELEY; r Thompsonville.
Herbert attended Williston Academy in Easthampton MA, and began working in his father's general store in
Thompsonville. For a few years he then helped in a new wholesale grocery his father started in Hartford. For a short
time Herbert was in Pana IL, but soon returned, married in Connecticut, and carried on the wholesale grocery
business until his death. He was a Republican, and a member of the Presbyterian Church.
[~ CT Hist Soc:Thompson Gen ~]
Children of Linna and Herbert:
i Clarence Lathrop MOSELEY9, b 26 Jan 1885; m Winifred FORBES; r San
Francisco CA. Clarence graduated from Sheffield Scientific School, at Yale College, New Haven CT
ii Harold Alden MOSELEY9, b 23 Sep 1888. He graduated from Dartmouth College, Hanover NH in
1911, and worked for a time in New Haven CT for the Winchester Repeating Arms Company.
561. EDWARD WOLCOTT7 BARBER (Harvey C6), b probably East Windsor CT 20 Jun 1821; d 22 Apr 1882; m/1 Ellington CT 5 May 1847 Sarah Dwight BEASLEY, b 19 Sep 1827, d 21 Sep 1851, daughter of John Dwight and Susan (CLOUGH) BEASLEY; r Enfield and at South Windsor, both in CT.
Edward m/2 Somers CT 13 Apr 1853, "he of South Windsor" Elizabeth WADSWORTH of Ellington, b 5 Feb 1829, d 1913, daughter of John and Mary (WARNER) WADSWORTH. Edward and his two wives are buried in Ellington.
Edward farmed, first in South Windsor, and later in Ellington. He was a man of ample means, which enabled him to farm as much or little as his delicate health permitted. [~ VT Barbers; Noah Barber Gen; CT Hist Soc:Thompson Gen; CT Hist Soc:Wadsworth Gen; Barbour Index; Tolland & Windham ~]
Children of Edward and Sarah:
775 i CHARLES EDWARD8, b Enfield 13 Mar 1848; m Jennie Lynd PALMER.
ii SARAH MARIA8, b at East Windsor 10 Jan 1851; d 1934; buried at Ellington; m 22 Aug 1871 John Marshall
DAGGETT, b 7 May 1851; r Mansfield CT.
Children of Sarah and John M:
i Alice Sarah DAGGETT9, b 17 Nov 1872; m Charles James RICHARDSON; r Preston CT.
ii Martha Helena DAGGETT9, b 2 Mar 1874; m George Edward MAIN.
iii Mabel Florence DAGGETT9, b 13 Apr 1876; m William Albert LORD.
iv Jesse DAGGETT9, b 23 Jun 1889
Children of Edward and Elizabeth, born at South Windsor CT: [~ Vital rec:CT ~]
iii GIRL8, b 10 Jun 1859; d 11 Jun 1859.
iv FANNIE ELIZABETH8, b 17 Mar 1861; unmarried. Fannie had great artistic ability.
562. FREDERICK WOLCOTT7 BARBER (George Wolcott6), b probably East Windsor CT 8 Jul 1828; d 22 Jun 1907; buried at Union CT; m/1 South Windsor CT 4 May 1856 Jane Elizabeth BISSELL, b East Windsor 4 Jul 1826, d 7 Nov 1866, daughter of James and Amelia (MILLS) BISSELL; r Perry, Wyoming Co NY, at Union and East Windsor CT.
Frederick m/2 5 Sep 1868 Emily Howard SMITH, b 22 Jul 1838, d 1921; buried at Union. Frederick farmed the land in each of these locations. [~ Vital rec:CT; Noah Barber Gen; Loomis Gen; CT State Lib:Bissell Gen ~]
Child of Frederick and Jane:
i JENNIE ELIZABETH8, b South Windsor 21 Feb 1857; m 1 Jan 1881 John Byron HAMILTON, b Monson MA 14 Apr
Children of Jennie and John, born at Stafford Springs CT:
i William Arthur HAMILTON9, b 18 Feb 1882.
ii Clarence Frederick HAMILTON9, b 21 Sep 1884.
Children of Frederick and Emily:
ii JOSEPHINE BONAPARTE8, b East Windsor 9 Oct 1870; m 29 Nov 1888 George TOWNE, b Willington CT 8 Jun
1862, and died 11 Apr 1953, son of Rejoice Foster and Elizabeth Chloe (SESSIONS) TOWNE; r Willington until
1916, then moved to Stafford Springs.
Two years after their marriage they bought the Hermon Corbin farm, where all their children were born, except
George Raymond, who was born while they were living with Josephine’s parents. A Republican, George was
elected a Representative in 1903. Both were active Grange members. George worked 20 years on establishing
the Union Public Library.
He worked in forestry, and set out many thousands of pine seedlings in Union and surrounding towns. From 1908
on he worked for Mr Myers as a farmer. The land he worked on in Union, Ashford, Eastford and Woodstock
became the present Yale Forest, by gift of Mr Myers, in 1932.
In 1916 he moved to Stafford Springs, took over his brother’s real estate. He subdivided land and built houses. In
Stafford George was Superintendent of Highways until his retirement in 1936, and assessor. He was also a
surveyor, and as such he mapped the town of Union for the town in the early 1920’s
[~ Corresp:William F Skidmore; Vital rec:CT ~]
Children of Josephine and George, born in Union CT:
i George Raymond TOWNE9, b 20 Sep 1889; m Janet LEFFINGWELL of Canaan CT; r Union and
Stafford Springs CT.
ii Ralph Valentine TOWNE9, b 14 Feb 1893; m Aline BOURGEOIS of Newport RI; r New Marlboro MA,
New Milford CT and West Hartford CT.
iii Edmund Barber TOWNE9, b 13 Mar 1903; m Frances Lydia FORBES.
He graduated from Clark University, Worcester MA, in 1924; earned a
Ph.D degree in 1932; taught chemistry at the University of Vermont and
Iowa State College. He then worked at Eastman‑Kodak, Rochester NY for many years. Their
daughter Ellen married William F Skidmore, who contributed this family’s writeup for this book.
iv Harold Goodell TOWNE9, b 27 Oct 1904; m Lillian Gertrude WATERS;
He received a Ph.B from Brown University in 1926, and then worked at Dennison Manufacturing
Company. They lived at Framingham and Westboro MA.
v Josephine TOWNE9, b 6 Dec 1907; m/1 1929 Willis H GERRY; m/2 1931 George CLIFFORD.
Josephine went to Brown Women's College in 1930; George graduated Brown University, Providence
RI, Ph.B 1931; r Providence RI and Bridgeport CT. George taught at Technical School,
and did construction work.
vi Florence Emily TOWNE9, b 12 Nov 1909; m Edward Johnston BLOOD.
Edward graduated from the University of New Hampshire. He was an
olympic skier, and ski coach at University of New Hampshire.
776 iii HOWARD GRANT8, b 17 Oct 1872; m Georgia LOVERING.
iv GRACE WINIFRED8, b 20 Aug 1875; m Edward Brown RICHARDS, b 10 Jan 1861.
563. CHARLES HARRISON7 BARBER (Henry6), b East Windsor CT 9 Aug 1839; d at Kent, Portage Co OH 26 Mar 1904; m 2 Jul 1867 Clementine PARSONS, b at Brimfield, Portage Co 30 Sep 1843, d at Kent 26 Mar 1904, daughter of Edward and Clementina (JANES) PARSONS; r Connecticut until 1865, when he moved to Kent.
Charles lost his left arm, a leg, and his hearing in the Civil War, where he fought with the Union Army, 25th Connecticut Volunteer Infantry in the Battle of Irish Bend LA, and the seige of Port Hudson LA. He was injured in the latter combat. After the War, in Kent he worked as a traveling salesman for Day, Williams & Co. From 1879 to 1883 he was a timekeeper in the NY, Pennsylvania and Ohio Railroad shops. Thereafter he was appointed Postmaster of Kent. Obviously he did not let his disability slow him down. [~ Noah Barber Gen ; CT Hist Soc:Thompson Gen; CT Hist Soc:Parsons Gen; Hist of Portage Co; Tolland & Windham ~]
Children of Charles and Clementine, born at Kent:
i WILLIAM HENRY8, b 15 Oct 1868; m Jackson Center PA 15 Jun 1893 Luzette May CLARK, b 12 Feb 1867,
daughter of Thomas and Catherine CLARK; r Cleveland OH. William attended Cleveland Business College, after
which he sold Insurance for a few years. He then became secretary to the manager of the Newburg Steel Plant of
the American Steel and Wire Company.
Children of William and Luzette:
i CATHERINE9, b Rutland VT 20 Jun 1894.
ii CHARLES CLARK9, b at Montreal QB 5 Oct 1899
ii EDWARD PARSONS8 ("Ned"), b 27 Apr 1874; m Merida, Yucatan, Mexico 7 Feb 1906 Graziella Vales MILLETT, b
12 Aug 1883, daughter of Don Augustin Vales Castillo and Cristina (MILLETT) VALES; r Merida.
Edward served in the Spanish‑American War, in Cuba and in the Philippines. He was educated at Western
Reserve College and at Adelbert College in Cleveland. Before going to Mexico, Edward worked for the American
Cereal Company in Akron OH. Edward and his wife visited his older brother William Henry in 1907, and Graziella is
described at that time as "speaking very little English".
iii CHARLES NELSON8, b Franklin, Warren Co OH 26 Jul 1876; d 8 Nov 1880.
iv CLEMENTINA JANES8 ("Clemma"), b Kent 3 Mar 1879; m 17 Oct 1900 Harrison Robert HALL, b Mogadore,
Summit Co OH 16 Jan 1868, d 11 Dec 1911, son of Albert Warner and Helen Jane (WARREN) HALL;
Clementina went to Buchtel College in Akron OH. Harrison graduated from Ohio State University at Columbus as a
mining engineer. He became superintendent of Crane Iron Works, and also was a prominent iron manufacturer and
builder of blast furnaces.
Children of Clementina and Harrison:
i Helen Warren HALL9, b Sault Ste Marie MI 25 Nov 1902
ii Harrison Robert HALL9, b Philadelphia PA 11 Dec 1909
iii Caroline Osborn HALL9, b Catasauqua, Northampton Co PA 2 Aug 1912. If
the dates are correct, Caroline was born over 8 months after her father's death.
v FRANK WARREN8, b 7 Dec 1882; m 26 Jun 1907 Blanche WALKER, b Paterson NJ, daughter of O J and Martha J
WALKER; r Kent OH. Frank was an insurance agent.
vi ARTHUR OSBORN8, b 21 Sep 1884; d 19 May 1903. Arthur attended Western Reserve
College in Hudson, Portage Co OH, and the US Naval Academy at Annapolis MD. Arthur drowned off a Training
ship at Annapolis MD.
564. NORMAN CLARK7 BARBER (Warren6), b German, Chenango Co NY 8 Jul 1837; d 21 Oct 1898; m/1 St Louis MO 14 Mar 1858 Hattie M VANCE, b Oshkosh WI 16 Apr 1840, d 9 Jun 1862; r South Windsor CT.
Norman m/2 East Windsor CT 1 Jan 1866 Elizabeth Jane WELLS, b Coventry CT 15 Jun 1851, d Hartford CT 25 Apr 1928.
Norman was a farmer in South Windsor. In 1891 he is listed in the Hartford City Directory as a carpenter in East Hartford. [~ Noah Barber Gen ~]
Children of Norman and Hattie:
i JENNIE M8, b 15 Mar 1859; d 12 May 1872.
ii FRANKLIN FRANCISCO8, b 8 Jun 1862; d 10 Jun 1862. Franklin's mother died the day before he did.
Children of Norman and Elizabeth:
iii ERNEST BURDETTE8, b East Windsor 31 Jan 1867; m/1 ‑‑‑; he m/2 Glastonbury CT 15 Jun 1901 Ethel
DICKINSON, b Manchester CT 1877; r Glastonbury, and at Providence RI.
In 1891 Ernest is listed in the Hartford City Directory as a Fireman for the New York, New England Railroad.
Child of Ernest and Ethel:
i ERNEST BURDETTE DICKINSON9, b 22 Jul 1901; d 27 Jul 1901.
iv WARREN A8, b East Windsor 1867
v NORMAN ALONZO8 ("Alonzo"), b South Windsor 15 Jun 1871; d Glastonbury 29 Oct 1910; m there 26 Feb 1896
Rachel Ellis BEMONT, b Glastonbury 19 Jun 1870, daughter of Lyman BEMONT; r South Glastonbury.
Alonzo was a farmer and a carpenter. After his death Rachel m/2 Glastonbury 26 Mar 1913, William STRAZINGER,
b 1874. [~ Vital rec:CT ~]
Children of Alonzo and Rachel, born at Glastonbury:
i MARJORIE EVA9, b 22 May 1898; m there 19 Dec 1918 Morris Tober WEST, b 1898.
ii DORIS BELL9, b 19 Sep 1900; m Glastonbury 31 Aug 1935 Herbert P AUSTIN, b Hartford 1899.
iii RACHEL ELIZABETH9, b 19 Jun 1903; m Glastonbury 15 Oct 1927 Chester Raymond GIBSON, b Hartford 1908.
iv LOIS M9, b 23 Jun 1908
v MARY HELEN9 ("Helen May"), b 22 May 1910 ("9th child" on the birth
record); m Glastonbury 20 Nov 1927 Everett Saunders TOMLINSON, b 1908/09.
vi BLANCHE IDA8, b S Windsor 31 May 1873; r East Hartford CT.
565. FRANKLIN FRANCISCO7 BARBER (Warren6), b Chenango Co NY 7 Jul 1845; d Northwood, Worth Co IA 27 Jan 1909; m 5 Mar 1879 Sarah Elizabeth BEIGHLEY, b Mercer Co PA 6 Nov 1852, d Northwood 10 Nov 1935.
Franklin came to Iowa with the family when he was 12. A year later they again moved, to the Shell Rock, Freeborn Co MN area. He was a carpenter and built several houses in the Gordonsville, Freeborn Co area, one of them for William BEIGHLEY. Frank served in the Civil War, in Company C, 2nd Minnesota Cavalry, December 1863 to November 1865.
[~ Corresp:Marcella S Vukson ~]
Children of Franklin and Sarah, born in Freeborn Co:
777 i IRA E8, b at a “prairie farm” east of Gordonsville 7 Dec 1879; m Viola Corilia YEADON.
ii IRENE8, b at a farm at the north edge of Gordonsville 13 Jun 1888; d 12 Aug 1957; m 16 Oct 1912 Jesse Vernon
GILLARD, b Glenville, Freeborn Co MN 1 Oct 1884, d West Concord, Dodge Co MN 23 Dec 1952.
Children of Irene and Jesse:
i William Franklin GILLARD9, b 22 Oct 1913
ii Helen Louise GILLARD9, b Glenville 19 Oct 1914; d there 21 Dec 1914.
iii John Ward GILLARD9, b Glenville 1 Feb 1916; m/1 1939 Fern HUTTON;
m/2 Owatonna, Steele Co MN 1969 Elaine KENNEY.
iv Ira Eugene GILLARD9, b Myrtle, Freeborn Co 22 Feb 1917; m Delores
KLEEBERGER; r West Concord, Dodge Co MN.
v Charles David GILLARD9, b Myrtle 12 Oct 1919; m Mary RHODES; r Dodge Co.
vi Bruce Barton GILLARD9, b 19 Dec 1921
vii Hugh Richard GILLARD9, b 1 Feb 1924
viii Glenn Thomas GILLARD9, b Blooming Prairie, Steele Co MN 23 Oct 1928
ix James Albert GILLARD9, b 25 Feb 1931
566. JAMES MAXFIELD7 BARBER (Warren6), b Chenango Co NY 22 Jun 1855; d Gordonsville, Freeborn Co MN 30 Mar 1919; m Northwood, Worth Co IA 22 Mar 1880 Mary Jane SHAW, b 22 Mar 1855, d Gordonsville 26 Nov 1932, daughter of Joseph and Elisa (CHANDLER) SHAW; r Britt, Hancock Co IA after their marriage, and in about 1888 moved to Gordonsville.
When he was small, a few years after moving West in 1856, James remembered seeing an Indian approaching the house, and he hid terrified under the bed. The older brothers were out in the fields. When they returned Eldad gave the hungry Indian food, which is what he came for, and he left peacefully. Eldad explained to James that he was a friend. James became a farmer, during a “hard-time period” for farmers, and only the rich virgin soil enabled him to make a success out of it.
[~ Corresp:Marcella S Vukson ~]
Children of James and Mary Jane:
i NELLIE ELIZABETH8, b IA 22 Mar 1881; d Pueblo CO 1950; m/1 Walter LANG; m/2 in Albert Lea, Freeborn Co MN
9 Sep 1916 J E LARSEN, who d 1932.
Child of Nellie and Walter:
i Walter LANG9
ii EDDIE8, b 1883; d Northwood 23 Sep 1889.
778 iii VERNON8, b Gordonsville 2 Aug 1884; m Esther Lillian BOOEN.
iv MAUD ESSIE8, Britt, Hancock Co IA 22 Jun 1885; d Brownsdale, Mower Co MN 31 May 1978; m in Albert Lea MN
15 Oct 1909 Luther Melvin YEADON, b Dallas Co IA 12 Jan 1874, d Albert Lea 7 Apr 1939, son of Enoch and
Evalyn (FESSENDEN) YEADON. Luther’s younger sister Viola married Maud’s nephew Ira E BARBER (see # 777).
Luther for a time was a horse and cattle dealer, going to Montana and Wyoming for stock, and shipping it to
Chicago by train. Maud was an excellent cook, seamstress and gardener.
Children of Maud and Luther:
i Charles Lewis YEADON10, b Mansfield, Freeborn Co MN 15 Apr 1911; d Balsam Lake, Polk Co WI
ii Frank Willard YEADON10, b Mansfield 30 Dec 1912; m Gladys KUIPER; r Austin and Brownsdale, both
in Mower Co MN.
iii Hazel May YEADON10, b Mansfield 23 Dec 1914; m Howard RILES; r Austin.
iv Fred Albert YEADON10, b Mansfield 12 Aug 1916; d Rochester MN 1973; m Florence BAMLET.
v Nellie Blanche YEADON10, b Mansfield 4 Jan 1919; m Carl SWENSON; r Austin.
vi Luella Maude YEADON10, b Blooming Prairie, Steele Co MN 25 Aug 1920; m Henry Adolph
SCHUMANN; r Austin.
vii Emma Mary YEADON10, b 18 Dec 1928; m Christopher Albert T SCHIECK, who d
Waltham, Mower Co MN 1973.
v EMMA8, b Jan 1888; d 1980; m Clarence FROST.
Child of Emma and Clarence:
i Irvin FROST10, ; d 8 Feb 1997.
vi MINNIE8, b Aug 1890; d 1959; m Seam LANG.
Children of Minnie and Seam:
i Mary LANG10, ; m Warren HAGEN.
ii Wilma LANG10
iii Fern LANG10
vii CHARLES A8, b Gordonsville 9 Feb 1893; d there Feb 1950; m there Sep 1916 Elizabeth Jane BEIGHLEY.
Children of Charles and Elizabeth:
iii WALTER10, b 30 Dec 1925; d Sept 1986.
567. AURELIUS B7 BARBER (Chauncey6), b East Windsor CT 5 Jun 1831; d there 5 Oct 1866; m there (“both of East Windsor”) 26 Dec 1852 Lucy Marvin FULLER, b Vernon CT 29 Aug 1834, d 1923, daughter of Marvin and Mary (HAYES) FULLER; r East Windsor. Lucy was adopted by her step‑father Marvin FULLER. Five years after Aurelius died, Lucy m/2 13 Nov 1871 Samuel MORTON of Windsorville in East Windsor, and had 2 more children: Lucy Mabel MORTON, who died young, and Rutherford E MORTON. Samuel died in 1891.
Before her marriage to Aurelius, Lucy had moved with her parents to New Jersey, then to Summit Co OH, and back to East Windsor. Aurelius was a good farmer, and a prosperous one. Lucy lost her hearing due to an accident and resulting sickness, rather late in life.
[~ Barbour Index; Vital rec:CT; Noah Barber Gen; Fuller Gen; Hartford County:Beers ~]
Children of Aurelius and Lucy:
i ELLA LAVONNE8, b East Windsor 7 Jul 1856; m there Nov 1875 Henry W HAMILTON, b East Windsor 4 Oct 1854,
son of John and Serepta (ABBE) HAMILTON; r East Windsor. Henry bought a 40 acre farm known as the "Wolcott
Barber Place", and settled down there. He was a Republican, and a Methodist. [~ Abbe-Abbey Gen ~]
Child of Ella and Henry:
i Howard Leslie HAMILTON9, b 29 Jul 1876. He became a teacher at Melrose ?MA.
ii HERBERT ELI8, b 1 Apr 1865. Herbert lost his right leg when he was 18, by an accidental gunshot wound.
He was able to manage his mother's farm with the aid of an artificial limb.
568. EDWIN CHESTER7 BARBER (Chester6), b East Windsor CT 1 Jan 1839; m/1 Hartford CT 12 Apr 1861 Helen Elizabeth DUNHAM, b Berlin CT 31 Aug 1837; r East Hartford until after 1866, and then in Waukau, Winnebago Co, Wisconsin. They were divorced in Oshkosh, Winnebago Co WI, Sep 1887.
Edwin m/2 22 Jun 1891 Sophia Electra CARRINGTON, widow of Charles WARREN. He m/3 New Haven 24 Jul 1910 Etta M LEAKE, b 1855; it was her 2nd marriage.
[~ Vital rec:CT; CT Church rec; Noah Barber Gen; 1880 census:Winnebago Co ~]
Children of Edwin and Helen:
779 i ARTHUR EDWARD8, b 11 Apr 1863; baptised Vernon CT 5 Nov 1864; m Alice Jane RICHARDS.
ii ESSIE ELIZABETH8, b CT 24 Nov 1866
iii BESSIE MINA8, baptised Vernon 4 Sep 1870. ?Is this the same person as Essie?
iv LILLIAN ISABEL8, b 25 WI Dec 1870; d Mar or May 1882.
569. CHARLES L7 BARBER (Noah6), b Winchester CT 14 Mar 1848; d Barkhamsted 27 Oct 1912; m/1 Winchester 16 Feb 1871 Addie L BEECHER, b New Britain CT 1850; r Winchester.
Charles m/2 Barkhamsted 1 Jan 1882, Rebecca A FORD, b Norfolk CT 1841, d 1921; buried in Winchester. [~ Vital rec:CT; Cem; Barber family rec ~]
Child of Charles and Addie:
i GERTRUDE8, b Winchester 27 Mar 1872; m 31 Dec 1899 John P LACHMAN.
Children of Gertrude and John:
i Lucy LACHMAN9, ; m ‑‑‑ PHIPPS.
ii Catherine LACHMAN9, ; m ‑‑‑ BAKER.
iii Grace LACHMAN9
iv John Albert LACHMAN9
570. CULBERTSON W7 BARBER (Romanta6), b probably Fowler, Trumbull Co OH 18 Dec 1834; d Rushsylvania, Logan Co OH 5 Feb 1905; m/1 Mary EDWARD; m/2 Logan Co OH 1876 Mary Ann LEASE; r Logan Co. [~ IGI:OH ~]
Children of Culbertson and Mary Edward:
i EVA ARMENTA8, b Logan Co 4 Jul 1858; d Coldwater, Comanche Co KS 11 Jul 1920; m Logan Co 3 Aug 1876
Stephen Strickland LEASE, b Logan Co OH 18 Jan 1849, d Coldwater 29 Mar 1920, son of
Andrew and Catherine LEASE.
They spent several years in the area of Bellfontaine, Logan Co OH. In 1889 they moved to a farm southwest of
Coldwater. They moved to the Nescatunga neighborhood later, and in 1910 to Coldwater.
Steve was always interested in trees, both fruit and shade, and planted trees wherever he went. He and his son
Earl managed a threshing machine operation for several years, before the days of combines. Earl ran the steam
engine, and Steve hauled the water for it. Steve was well-known for his ability as a wheat-stacker. He took pride in
the fact that his stacks did not blow over or absorb rain.
Steve never owned or drove a car, saying “When Henry Ford starts selling autos three for a quarter, I’ll buy one.”
Eva was known for her fine cooking and sewing arts. In Coldwater people sought her skills. Steve and Eva joined
the early Christian Church of Coldwater. [~ Comanche County KS History ~]
Children of Eva and Stephen:
i Carrie LEASE9, ; m Joe SMITH.
ii Earl LEASE9
iii Kathryn LEASE9, ; m George FISK.
iv Goldie LEASE9, ; m Jesse MONROE.
v Fern LEASE9, ; m/1 Guy KEHL; m/2 Fred SARASEIN.
ii DAYTON E8, b 1861
iii HENRY R8, b 1863
iv WILBUR G8, b 1865; m Luella PICKRELL.
v VIOLIA8, b 1873
vi CLARENCE W8, b 1875
Child of Culbertson and Mary Ann Lease:
vii LAURA H8, b 1879
571. EDWIN SAMUEL7 BARBER/BARBOUR (Samuel T6), b Canton CT 19 Nov 1832; d Detroit MI 3 Apr 1897; m there Ella Holbrook TEFFT, b Buffalo NY, d 1912, daughter of William Harrison and Lurinda Martha (HOLBROOK) TEFFT; r Detroit after 1856.
Edwin first established himself in Detroit in the wholesale drygoods business of Root, Barbour & Company, but in 1871 he left to become secretary of the Detroit Stove Works, founded by his father‑in‑law William H TEFFT and his sister Cynthia’ husband Merrill I MILLS. He was elected President of the Company in 1884, and continued in that capacity until his death. [~ Detroit Soc G R v.32; Hist of Wayne Co & Detroit ~]
Children of Edwin and Ella:
i FLORINE T8, b 9 Jun 1866; m 1 Jun 1892 William George HENRY.
ii FRANK H TEFFT8, b 2 Oct 1870; d 6 Jun 1896; m 8 Nov 1894 Elsie TOWER.
780 iii WILLIAM TEFFT8, b Detroit 4 Apr 1877; m Mary (Margaret) B CHITTENDEN.
572. GEORGE HARRISON7 BARBOUR (Samuel T6), b Collinsville (in Canton) CT 26 Jun 1843; m Canton 23 Jun 1869 Katheren L HAWLEY, b Canton 1846/7, daughter of William H and Susan (ROBERTSON) HAWLEY; r Canton, and at Detroit MI after 1872.
George succeeded his father in his General Merchandise business in Collinsville, which he continued until 1872. Then he was offered a job as Secretary of the Michigan Stove Company in Detroit, and moved there with his family. In five years he became first vice‑president and general manager of the fast‑growing firm.
He was also President of the Ireland and Matthews Manufacturing Company, Vice‑president and Director of Dime Savings Bank, President of the Michigan Copper and Brass Company, which he organized. He was a trustee of the Detroit Museum of Art. He was a Democrat, and was elected to the local board of Aldermen for 2 year, but declined to serve after that due to the pressures of business. He was a Mason, and belonged to the Detroit Club, the Grosse Pointe Farms Country Club, and the Fort Street Presbyterian Church. The family lived in the Grosse Pointe section of Detroit. This family changed the spelling of the name to Barbour, as had other branches of the family in the past. [~ 1909 Barber Gen; Vital rec:CT; Stiles:Wethersfield; Biog of Detroit & Wayne Co; Detroit Soc G R v.45 ~]
Children of George and Katheren:
i EDWIN SCOTT8, b Canton 11 May 1870; m Detroit 1900 Edith HENRY of Detroit, b 1867, d 1895; r Detroit.
They had no children.
ii GRACE L8, b 5 Aug 1874; d 25 Dec 1906; m 1897 Joshua Walter RHODES of Pittsburgh PA, who d 1 Jul 1908.
Children of Grace and Joshua:
i Katherine Barbour RHODES9, b 1899
ii Dorothy Hazlett RHODES9, b 1904
iii ESTELLE8 EDITH, b 30 Jun 1878; m Apr 1905 George Schley STILLMAN of NY, who d Mar 1906. They had no
iv GEORGE HARRISON8, b 25 Nov 1880; d 5 Oct 1917; m 12 Oct 1909 Frances C DICKINSON of Detroit MI,
daughter of Hon. Don M and Frances (PLATT) DICKINSON; r Detroit.
George was educated at Andover MA, then went to work for the Michigan Copper and Brass Company, which his
father organized in 1907. He soon became Secretary and General Manager of the firm. His death came at the early
age of 36.
He and his wife belonged to the Detroit Country Club, in which she remained active after his death. He was also a
member of the Detroit Club, the Raquetball Club, the Detroit Athletic Club, and the First Street Presbyterian Church.
Frances was educated at Detroit Seminary and at Masters School, Dobbs Ferry, Westchester Co NY. [~ Hist of
Wayne Co & Detroit ~]
Children of George and Frances:
i GEORGE HARRISON III9
ii FRANCES PLATT0
573. HECTOR7 BARBER (Abiel6), b Litchfield CT 1 Jun 1827; d there 25 Jan 1909; m Farmington CT (“Hector of Harwinton”) 27 May 1850 Diana HINMAN of Farmington, b there 24 Mar 1828, d Litchfield 2 Jun 1915, daughter of Levi T and Amanda (WILMOT) HINMAN; r Harwinton CT.
Hector was a blacksmith. [~ Barbour Index; Barber family rec ~]
Children of Hector and Diana:
i IDA SARAH8, b Harwinton 28 Mar 1853; d East Litchfield 6 Jul 1940; m Litchfield 16 Oct 1878 Arthur Henry
SCOVILLE, b New Hartford CT 13 Dec 1856, son of Henry and Hannah Selina (BIERCE) SCOVILLE.
Arthur probably was the owner of the East Litchfield Hotel, where potato salad direct from New York City was
introduced. in 1893. [~ Scoville Gen; Corresp:Andrew Pikoski ~]
ii LUCIUS LEVI8, b 18 Oct 1860; d Litchfield 27 Sep 1901. He died of a fractured skull after a Railroad accident;
781 iii FREDERICK A8, b Litchfield 6 May 1861; m Anna Asenath SCOVILLE.
574. LOCKWOOD7 BARBER (Abiel6), b Litchfield CT 21 Jan 1831; d Harwinton CT 16 Sep 1897; m Mattewan NY (?Matawan, Monmouth Co NJ) 28 Jun 1853 Cornelia Jane PITCAIRN, b NY 29 Nov 1825, d Bristol CT 7 Dec 1903. Both are buried at Plymouth CT; r Harwinton.
Lockwood was a farmer. He was married twice. [~ Vital rec:CT; Barber family rec; Corresp:Andrew C Pikosky ~]
Children of Lockwood and Cornelia:
i THOMAS B8, b Apr 1855, d Thomaston CT 10 Jan 1881.
ii MARY E8, b Litchfield 1861; m Harwinton 16 May 1886 John S YOUNG, b Bristol 1861. They divorced, and Mary
came to live with her parents on the Harwinton farm.
Child of Mary and John:
Estella Mary YOUNG9, ; m --- BASHNER; Estella was married 3 times.
iii CHARLES PITCAIRN8, b Harwinton 29 Dec 1864; d Torrington 24 Oct 1942; m Katherine BIRMINGHAM, b 30 Aug
1872, d 16 May 1961, daughter of William and Ann (QUIGLEY) BIRMINGHAM; r Harwinton. They had no children.
Charles was a partner with William S Fenn in "Barber and Fenn", fuel and lumber dealers in Litchfield. At first this
was a livery business.
782 iv GEORGE8, b Harwinton 21 Nov 1866; m Henrietta CABLE.
575. HORATIO ELIJAH7 BARBER (Elijah Avenis6), b Pennline, Crawford Co PA 1838/9; d
22 Dec 1903; m Ashtabula, Ashtabula Co OH Malina LAUGHLIN, b OH 1848/9; d 29 Sep 1923; r Conneaut, Crawford Co PA.
They lived, according to family tradition, on the farm which existed on the land granted to Horatio’s great-grandfather Joel Barber, a Revolutionary Soldier, as a reward for his service. [~ Corresp:Karin Knutsen; 1880 census:Conneaut ~]
Children of Horatio and Malina:
i RALPH B8, b PA 1869/70
783 ii HUGH LAUGHLIN8, b Pennline 8 Feb 1881; m Katherine Brister HARRINGTON.
iii LEO DRAKE8, b Pennline 17 Apr 1885; d Linesville, Crawford Co Aug 1964; m Clara WINCH, b Richland,
Ashtabula Co OH 1887/8, d 1972; r Linesville.
Leo was a farmer, and a member and elder of the Linesville United Presbyterian Church, a Pennline Grange
member, and a member of Company 20 of the Pennsylvania State Police.
Child of Leo and Clara:
i PAUL LELAND9, ; m/1 Perle CONKLIN of OH; divorced; m/2 Bertha Ida GRACEY, b Meadville,
Crawford Co PA 2 Sep 1922, d there 5 Jul 1993; r Meadville. Paul has no children.
576. WILLIS DRAKE7 BARBER (Elijah Avenis6), b probably Conneaut, Crawford Co PA 1849/50; m Anna R REDMOND. [~ Corresp:Karin Knutsen ~]
Children of Willis and Anna:
i MARY AUGUSTA8, b Linesville, Crawford Co 14 Jun 1900, d Franklin, Venango Co PA 27 Sep 1979; m 21 Jun 1934
Thomas Jefferson (“Jeff”) DANNER III, b Wheeling WV 1 Nov 1901, d Franklin 8 Feb 1976, son of Thomas
Jefferson, Jr and Elizabeth Helen (McCOY) DANNER; r Kennerdell, Venango Co, and Franklin.
Mary received a BA degree from the University of Michigan, at Ann Arbor, MI in 1922, and a Master’s degree in
Library Science from Duquesne University in Pittsburgh PA in 1947. She became a Latin and Spanish teacher, and
a librarian at Victory Joint High School in Irwin, Venango Co. In 1947 she went to Clintonville, Venango Co to teach.
She was a member of the St John’s Episcopal Church of Franklin, the St Hilda’s Guild, and the Retired Teachers
Association. She inherited a grand piano from her family which was in the South during the Civil War. At that time
they hid the piano under the oats in oat bin in the barn, rather than have the Union Army come thru and destroy it.
Jeff attended the Pennsylvania State University. He worked for the Joy Manufacturing Company.
Child of Mary and Thomas:
i Sarah Ann DANNER9, b PA 3 May 1938; d Newark, Newcastle Co DE 30 Jun
1987; m William R McELRATH; r Franklin. They divorced, because Will was
put in a mental hospital and was incurable.
ii FLORENCE A8, b ?12 Dec 1886; d about 1912.
577. STRONG HAYDEN7 BARBER (John Henry6), b Windsor CT 12 Oct 1851; d there 5 Jun 1924; m Windsor (“both of Windsor”) 20 Aug 1877 Jennie Hovey CLARK, b Mansfield CT 10 Jul 1857, d Windsor 29 Sep 1937, daughter of John and Mary Wing (HOVEY) CLARK; r Windsor from 1888 on in the house where his parents had lived, after his uncle Nathaniel Hayden died.
Strong attended Massachusetts Agricultural College at Amherst MA (now the University of Massachusetts), as did his father. His sons Henry C and Kenneth, as well as 2 of Kenneth's sons, Donald and Robert, graduated from Amherst College, another college in the same town, so Strong’s father John Henry started a family tradition in a way. Strong was a farmer, landowner, landlord, civil engineer, and one of the principle stockholders in the Windsor Cannery and the Windsor Creamery. Strong also had an interest in Western real estate.
He was an ardent supporter of the Prohibition Party, and this sentiment was carried down to some of his children. He was a deacon in the Congregational Church in Windsor, where he was also treasurer, and a Sunday school teacher. He was killed instantly while on the roof of his home cleaning up a fallen tree after a storm. The tree he was cutting snapped, fracturing his skull and throwing him off the roof. [~ 1909 Barber Gen; Vital rec:CT; Personal rec ~]
Children of Strong and Jennie, born at Windsor:
i MARY HAYDEN8, b 18 Jun 1878; d Windsor 3 May 1962; unmarried. "May" attended Doane College in Crete,
Saline Co NE. She was active in the Women's Christian Temperance Union. She lived with her mother
until 1937 when her mother died. She then lived with her brother Kenneth and his family for a few years, and later
in an apartment in Hartford CT.
784 ii HENRY CLARK8, b 23 May 1881; m/1 Laurette JOB; m/2 Rachel GORST.
785 iii ROBERT HOVEY8, b 29 Feb 1884; m Amanda Charlotte KANNOW.
786 iv KENNETH WARHAM8, b 10 Jul 1896; m Edith Cushing SPENCER.
578. ROGER CATLIN7 BARBER (John Catlin6), b Torrington CT 28 Aug 1832; d Winchester CT 16 Dec 1907; m Torrington 19 Nov 1856 Caroline Elizabeth GOODWIN, b there 3 Jun 1835, d there 20 Aug 1922, daughter of Leonard H and Lucy Ann (HAMLIN) GOODWIN; r Winchester and at Torrington.
Roger farmed in Torrington, and was a surveyor. Also he served in the State Legislature in 1867. [~ Vital rec:CT; Starkweather Gen; Goodwin Gen; 1860,1870 census:Torrington; Hamlin Gen; Corresp:H Dale Goodwin ~]
Children of Roger and Caroline, born at Torrington:
i HARRIET IDA8, b 9 Aug 1857; d Torrington 19 Oct 1887.
ii CAROLINE ANNA8, b 12 Aug 1864; d 2 Dec 1909; buried at Winchester; m/1 Thomaston CT 15 Jun 1887 Alfred
Baldwin, b Torrington 27 Jan 1864, d 11 May 1891; r at West Winsted. Caroline m/2 Winsted 27 Mar 1895, Edward
Wellington ROUSE, son of Wellington Edward and Caroline (JOHNSON) ROUSE. Both of Caroline's husbands
were mechanics. [~ Vital rec:CT ~]
Child of Caroline and Edward:
i Ida Annette ROUSE9, b 31 Aug 1896.
579. SPAFFORD7 BARBER (Levi6), b probably Georgia VT 1801; m Amelia BARTLETT, b NH 1805/6; r Carbondale, Luzerne Co PA (1840), Diberry, Wayne Co PA (1850), and in Scranton PA,
Spafford was a farmer. [~ Spofford Gen; 1840 census:Carbondale; 1850 census:Diberry ~]
Children of Spafford and Amelia:
ii EDWARD HENRY8, b PA 1836; m Mrs. Hattie Reba DAY, b 1841/2; r Pecksville (in Blakely), Lackawanna Co PA.
Hattie m/1 ‑‑‑ DAY, and had children: Frank W DAY, b 1861, and Eugene N DAY, b 1864. [~ DAR lineage ~]
Child of Edward and Hattie:
i GRACE N9 b 1872/3; m Elmer J BARTHOLD.
iii CATHERINE8, b PA 1843/4
580. LEVI7 BARBER (Levi6), b Georgia VT 24 Nov 1805; d Carbondale, Lackawanna Co PA 8 Dec 1883; m 19 Mar 1829 Ann DEWEY, b Fairfax VT 30 Jan 1806, d Carbondale 30 Oct 1881, daughter of Archibald and Jerusha (HOPKINS) DEWEY.
Levi and Ann moved from Vermont after 1850 to Carbondale PA, in the coal‑mining district. [~ CT State Lib:Dewey Gen ~]
Children of Levi and Ann:
i MYRON HOPKINS8, b Georgia VT 30 Aug 1830; m Cuyahoga Falls OH 25 Oct 1866 Elizabeth M CLAPP, b
Cuyahoga Falls 11 Jan 1836, daughter of Rowland and Martha (GAYLORD) CLAPP. Myron was a printer at
Cuyahoga Falls, where they lived.
Child of Myron and Elizabeth:
i MARTHA ANN9 b 30 Jul 187?; m 3 Jun 1896 W C HOUGH of Cuyahoga Falls.
ii SPOFFORD8, b 1832; d near Carbondale.
581. ELIJAH7 BARBER (Zimri6), b Georgia VT 10 Sep 1798; d Chesterland, Geauga Co OH 1884; m Castleton VT 25 Jan 1820 Amanda KINSMAN, b New Haven VT May 1802, d Chesterland 31 Dec 1880.
Elijah was a farmer in Castleton and moved to Geauga Co OH in about 1831/2. He purchased land in Chester in 1841. [~ Corresp:Elmer Sanborn ~]
Children of Elijah and Amanda:
i WILLIAM8, b Castleton 1828; m Chesterland 31 Jan 1847 Adelia CASTLE.
787 ii CHAUNCEY E8, b Castleton 1830; m Emma Eliza BEEMAN.
iii MARY A8, b Chester OH 1834; m there 7 Dec 1852 Martin HARRIS.
582. CHAUNCEY LANGDON7 BARBER (Zimri6), b Castleton VT 5 Sep 1813; d Poultney VT 31 Dec 1907; m/1 Lorinda REED, b VT 11 Jan 1811, d Castleton 4 May 1891; r Castleton.
Chauncey m/2 Ravina BRUCE. [~ Vital rec:Castleton and Poultney; Corresp:Elmer C Sanborn ~]
Children of Chauncey and Lorinda, born at Castleton:
i WILLIAM H8, b 8 Apr 1838; d Andersonville, Sumter Co GA 16 Nov 1864; probably m Isabelle LaFORGE, who d
East Orange, Essex Co NJ 23 Sep 1909 (OBIT).
William died in the Confederate prisoner‑of‑war prison in Andersonville. Andersonville Prison was written up in a
well‑known historical novel of that name. William enlisted in 1862 in Company C, 11th Vermont Infantry, at the
same time as his cousin Lemuel Timothy Barber, and later 1st Vermont Heavy Artillery. He was captured at the
battle of Welden Station VA, and sent to Andersonville.
ii EDWARD ALBERT8, b 23 Jun 1841; d Castleton 14 Aug 1891; m Castleton Myrtle Alice HOWARD, b Benson VT
1864/5, d Castleton 9 Aug 1888, daughter of Jerry and Mary HOWARD; r Castleton. Edward was a farmer there.
Children of Edward and Myrtle, born at Castleton:
i ALBERT EDWARD9 b 24 Nov 1882; died Benson 31 Oct 1906; unmarried.
ii BOY9 b 1 May 1884
iii WILLIAM HENRY9 b 27 Sep 1885
iv FREDERICK9 b 15 Jan 1888; d Rutland VT 14 Feb 1920; m ‑‑‑.
iii CARLOS J8, b 21 Nov 1845; d Castleton 19 Feb 1923; m Evaline Mariah REMINGTON, b Castleton 22 Jul 1848, d
there 2 Jun 1923, daughter of John H and Mariah (STEVENS) REMINGTON; r Castleton.
Carlos was a farmer. [~ Vital rec:Castleton and Rutland ~]
Children of Carlos and Evaline:
i FRANCES MARIA9, b Castleton 25 Jan 1868; m George F CAPRON.
ii BOY9, b Castleton 12 May 1872; stillborn.
iii LUELLA EVA9, b Castleton 28 Jan 1877; m Edson K SMITH.
iv STELLA A9, b Rutland 16 May 1879
v EMMA L9, b Castleton Feb 1887; m Charles W STETSON.
vi CHAUNCEY LANGDON9, b Castleton 12 Jun 1890; d 14 May 1892. “Channie” was
killed in a train accident at age 2.
iv ?ALBERT8, b 1846
v SARAH JANE8, b 17 Jun 1849; m Bradley DOANE.
583. WILLIAM FRANCIS7 "Franklin" BARBER (Zimri6), b Castleton VT 20 Nov 1820; d there 31 Jan 1904; m Castleton 13 Oct 1840 Polly PARKS, b NY 10 Feb 1825, d Castleton 25 Dec 1911, daughter of William PARKS; r Castleton, on the property where his father farmed before him. William was also a farmer, and raised Merino sheep. [~ Vital rec:Castleton; Corresp:Dee Alexander; Corresp:Elmer Sanborn ~]
Children of William and Polly:
788 i LEMUEL TIMOTHY8, b Castleton 15 Nov 1844; m/1 Jennie DONOVAN; m/2 Julia Frances KINSMAN.
ii SAMUEL P8, b VT 1845; probably died young.
iii ELIZA LYDIA8, b Castleton 13 Sep 1847; d there 14 Mar 1936; m 25 Feb 1868 Solomon Jackson DEWEY, Jr., b
East Poultney VT 1 Mar 1844, d Castleton 15 May 1895, son of Solomon Jackson and Charlotte (FINEL) DEWEY.
Solomon Jr served in the Civil War, in Co. F, 14th VT Volunteers. He was at the battle of Gettysburg. His cause of
death was “suicide by hanging.” [~ CT State Lib:Dewey Gen ~]
Children of Eliza and Solomon:
i William John DEWEY9, b VT 25 Mar 1870; d in Castleton, 1966. He never married.
ii Benjamin Franklin DEWEY9, b Castleton 15 Jun 1875; d there 31 Jul 1959;
m/1 Castleton 1902 Bertha PRESTON; r Castleton. He also had an illegitimate son by Anna
iii Charles Arthur DEWEY9, b Fair Haven VT 7 May 1884; d Glens Falls NY 1959; m ---.
iv WILLIAM HARLEY8, b 1850; d Castleton 1 Jul 1851
789 v THOMAS JEFFERSON8, b Castleton 19 Dec 1856; m Viola Louisa BROWN.
vi BETSEY IDA8, b Castleton 16 Nov 1857; d there 16 Mar 1930; m Castleton 14 Apr 1870 Edward George GOULD,
b in New York 1854; d Castleton 1919, son of Ebenezer Jr, and Mary (WARING) GOULD. Joan WHITTENBERG,
granddaughter of Lewis GOULD, below, states that she still has a turkey platter that belonged to the Barber family.
[~ Corresp:Joan Whittenberg ~]
Children of Betsey and Edward:
i Lewis GOULD9, b Fairhaven VT 28 Jun 1879; m Louise T DUEL; r Poultney, Rutland, Danby and
Springfield, all in VT.
ii Charles GOULD9, ; d Castleton 1937.
iii Grace May GOULD9, b 26 Jun 1885; d at Rutland Nov 1962; m Fred SMITH. They had no children.
iv Alice GOULD9, b 27 Mar 1889; d 8 Aug 1889.
v Mattie GOULD9, b Apr 1894; d 27 Aug 1895.
vii ROLLIN8, b Castleton 20 Feb 1861; d there 2 Feb 1862.
584. HEMAN7 BARBER (Eli S6), b Benson VT 11 Mar 1803; d there 5 Feb 1875; m Malentha DURFEE, b Benson 25 Apr 1808, daughter of Walter and Anna (AAHLEY) DURFEE; r Benson.
He was a farmer. [~ Vital rec:Benson; Estate; Thos Durfee Gen. ~]
Children of Heman and Malentha:
i MILO W8, b VT 1829/30; m Sarah E ?EMERY, b VT 1830/31; r Benson; then apparently moved away, after 1870.
[~ 1860,1870 censuses:Benson ~]
Children of Milo and Sarah:
i GEORGE H9, b 1853/4
ii ELLEN9, b 1855/6
iii CHARLES E9, b 1862/3
ii JANE M8, b Benson 1847; m James P ADAMS.
585. LYMAN7 BARBER (Eli S6), b Poultney VT 12 Apr 1807; d there 17 Mar 1875; m/1 Adeline ‑‑‑, b VT 1811/2, d Castleton VT 20 Sep 1859. They lived on a farm in the north part of Poultney for the last 35 years of his life.
Lyman m/2 Caroline SANFORD, b Poultney Oct 1826, d Fairhaven VT 13 Apr 1884, daughter of Harvey and Lavinia (SMITH) SANFORD. Lyman was a farmer. [~ Vital rec:Poultney, Castleton and Fairhaven; 1880 census:Poultney: Caroline was living with Carrie E; Sanford Gen ~]
Children of Lyman and Adeline, born at Poultney:
i SARAH8, b 1833
ii MARY8, b 1835; d Poultney 18 Nov 1870.
iii HIRAM G8, b 1 Oct 1838; d Castleton 7 Apr 1868; m Poultney 11 Jul 1860 Lucia A EATON, b Castleton 25 Mar
1840; r Poultney. [~ Vital rec:Poultney and Castleton ~]
Child of Hiram and Lucia:
i BOY9, b 20 Oct 1862
iv ADELINE8, b 1840; m George RAND.
v ELEANOR8, b 1847; m Cyrus ALLEN.
vi THEODORE S8, b 13 Sep 1858; d 6 Sep 1862. His death record states Caroline was his mother, but I suspect
this is an error.
Children of Lyman and Caroline, most born at Poultney:
vii ERWIN S8 "Ernie", b 22 Feb 1868; d 7 Dec 1870.
viii CARRIE E8, b 1870; m 1891 Charles Frederick DOWD.
ix JESSIE8, b 16 Oct 1871; d 24 Sep 1872.
586. EDMUND SHERMAN7 BARBER (Eli S6), b Benson VT 13 Jun 1818; d Saratoga Springs, Saratoga Co NY 15 Aug 1877; m Phoebe TINGLE, b England or North Carolina 1812/13; r Castleton VT, and at Saratoga.
Apparently the family moved to New York State for a few years, and then back to Vermont in about 1850 until 1860, when they finally moved to Saratoga Springs. Edmund was a farmer. [~ 1850 census:Benson; 1860 census:Castleton; Corresp:Barbara Morton ~]
Children of Edmund and Phoebe:
i ELI S8, b Castleton (or NY) about 1840; m Aurelia ‑‑‑, b Castleton; r Castleton VT. Eli was a teamster.
[~ Vital rec:Castleton ~]
Children of Eli and Aurelia:
i EMMA9, b Castleton 14 May 1860; d 9 Sep 1860.
ii GIRL9, b Castleton 1861
ii MARYETTE8, b Arkwright NY 1841/2; m Myron W ORMSBEE.
iii JULIETTE8, b Buffalo NY 1841/2; m H B ORMSBEE.
iv ELLEN M8, b 1843/4; m Hiram H MARTIN, Jr. [~ DAR lineage ~]
Child of Ellen and Hiram:
i Viola Barber MARTIN9, b Saratoga Springs; m William S ROBERTSON.
v ?EVA8, b VT 1856/7
587. DORRANCE7 BARBER (Luman6), b probably Colebrook CT 1794; d there 23 Oct 1843; m Eliza PINNEY, b 1 Oct 1798, d 12 Jan 1869, daughter of Asaph and Betty (WILCOX) PINNEY; r Colebrook.
Eliza m/2 Harvey WAKEFIELD, b 1802, son of Aden and Susannah (BARNARD) WAKEFIELD. Eliza had no more children, and Harvey had none. Harvey left money to the city of Winsted, and there is now a road around Highland Lake in Winchester which bears his name: Wakefield Boulevard. [~ Vital rec:CT; Dorrance's Estate Distribution 1843: to widow Eliza, to Ciro F, Eugene, and Hubert Eugene (a minor); CT State Lib:Wakefield Gen; Windsor Hist Soc:Strong Gen Update,v.III ~]
Children of Dorrance and Eliza:
790 i EUGENE LUMAN8, b 1820; m Charlotte M COOK.
ii CERRO FAYETTE8, b 1822; d 1911; buried at Sennett, Cayuga Co NY; m M Elizabeth --. He was a farmer in
Colebrook in 1850. In 1861 he was a New York State Representative from Tioga County. [~ 1850 Census; Godfrey
Mem Lib:NY in Rebellion; Cem:Sennett ~]
iii HUBERT EUGENE8
588. ?ELIJAH7 BARBER (Elijah James6), b Oneida Co NY 1789; m/1 Caroline OWENS, b Oneida Co about 1788, d NY Jul 1818; r Newton, Trumbull Co OH. Caroline died at age 30.
Elijah m/2 Silva GILLETT. He was in Sangerfield, Oneida in 1820 and 1830. He was called “Elias” in 1820. He moved to Trumbull County in 1831, and settled on a 328 acre farm in Newton Township, where he lived from that time on. He kept a tavern in Newton Falls for a few years. [~ 1820,30 census:Sangerfield; 1850,80 Census:Newton; Northeastern OH ~]
Children of Elijah and Caroline (the 1820 census shows a boy 10-15, and 2 boys, 4 girls under 10; the 1830
census shows another 2 girls, 5-10, and another 2 boys, under 5):
791 i ELIJAH8 or ELISHA, b 1806; m Mrs Elizabeth STOKES.
ii A F8, b 1808
792 iii ?MANVILLE8, b 1816; m/1 Olive ‑‑; ?m/2 Julia A (Gallup) GALLUP.
793 iv BERIAH O8, b Oneida Co NY 29 Jun 1818; m Roxanna P BOYNTON.
589. TIMOTHY CHAMPLIN7 BARBER (Beriah6), b Oneida Co NY 1801/2; m/1 ---; m/2 Melancy GREEN, b Herkimer Co 1812/3; r Bridgewater, Oneida Co in 1830, with wife, a boy b 1815-20, a boy b 1820-25, and 2 boys b 1825-30.
Timothy must have had a first wife, since Melancy was too young to have a son by 1820. By 1837 they were in Chautauqua Co NY, and in 1849/50 they moved into Pomfret, Chautauqua Co. [~ 1855 census:Pomfret; 1880 census:Portland; IGI:NY; Derby Gen; Guild Gen ~]
Children of Champlin:
i HULDAH JANE, b 1825; d 1829.
ii HARLOW ELIJAH, b 1827; m/1 Mary ABBEY; m/2 Frances PARKER; r Chicago IL. [~ Guild Gen; Abbe Gen. ~]
Children of Harlow and Mary:
i SON9, b 1870; d 1870
ii JESSIE A9, b 1872
iii WILLIAM CHAMPLIN8, b Oneida Co 1828/9; m Sarah Elizabeth (IVES) BARBER, widow of his brother George
Henry BARBER; r Healdsburgh, Sonoma Co CA, and Lake City, Modoc Co CA. [~ Guild Gen: 1880 census:Lake
Children of William and Sarah:
i CELIA STELLA9, b 1877
ii VIROQUE LUELLA9, b 1880
iii WALTER PERRY9, b 1882
iv LEROY BARTLETT9, b 1884
iv MAHLON GREEN8, b Oneida Co 1831/2; m Lucy SHOWERMAN, b NY 1841/2; r Brocton, Chautauqua Co NY.
Children of Mahlon and Lucy, all born in NY:
i MAY9, b 1865/6
ii CLARA ESTELLE9 (“Caddie”), b 1870/1
iii JAY9, b 1872/3
v CHARLES MORTIMER, b 1834; d 1853.
vi JENETT LYDIA8, b Chautauqua Co 1836/7; m Perry HUTCHINSON; r Linn Co IA, and Marysville, Marshall Co KS.
vii JULIA AMANDA8, b Chautauqua Co 1839/40; m Ephraim Perry WILSON; r Fredonia, Chautauqua Co NY.
viii GEORGE HENRY8, b Chautauqua Co 1843/4; m Sarah Eliza IVES.
ix LUMAN SLADE8, b Chautauqua Co 1846/7; m Nancy Josephine DERBY; r Fredonia. [~ Derby Gen; Guild Gen. ~]
Children of Luman and Nancy:
i GERTRUDE BELLE9, b 1870
ii MAMIE JANET9, b 1872
iii GRACE LOUISE9, b 1877
590. ORANGE BRACE7 BARBER (Beriah6), b Bridgewater, Oneida Co NY 29 Mar 1806, d Boonville, Oneida Co 5 Jun 1889; m/1 Louisa JOHNSON, b Clayville, Oneida Co 1817, d Paris, Oneida Co 19 Jan 1840, daughter of Henry and Nancy JOHNSON.
Orange m/2 Almira JOHNSON, b Clayville 1816/17, d Boonville 1 Oct 1891, sister of Louisa and daughter of Henry and Nancy JOHNSON; r Paris, Oneida Co.
Orange was a farmer in Paris, and moved to Boonville late in life. There was also in Paris in 1850 Orange Barber, age 20, a son of Orange? This would mean that Orange Brace must have been married before Louisa. [~ Windsor Hist Soc:M B Wilson book of Barber information ~]
Child of Orange and a first wife?
i ?ORANGE8, b NY 1829/30; r Paris in 1850, a teamster.
Children of Orange and Louisa, probably all born in Oneida Co:
794 ii NELSON F8, b 6 Dec 1831; m Jane BROOKS.
795 iii ELI (ELIAS) CHAMPLIN8, b 20 Jan 1834; m Elizabeth A FUSZARD.
iv SARAH8, b 1835/6; alive in 1855
v HARRIET S8, b 1836/7; d Boonville, Oneida Co 12 Jan 1921; m Augusta, Oneida Co 20 Jun 1867 H C STEWART.
vi S JENNIE8, b about 1838; m Boonville 25 Dec 1865 James O SYMONDS; r MA.
Children of Orange and Almira, born at Paris:
vii CHAUNCEY8, b 1840; d Boonville, Oneida Co 2 Jul 1871; ??m Melinda MACK (see #593).
viii NANCY LOUISE8, b Paris 16 May 1844; d Boonville 7 Aug 1933; m there 21 May 1866 Edward L SNOW, b Utica
NY 25 Jun 1844, d Sayre, Bradford Co PA 8 Jun 1920, son of Samuel Eaton and Martha (BAMBER) SNOW.
[~ DAR lineage; LDS Fam Search:T Pollack ~]
Child of Louise and Edward, born at Boonville:
i Mabel Louise SNOW9, born 28 Jul 1868; m George Richards HILL.
ii Maudie SNOW9, b 6 Mar 1872, d there 19 Sep 1874.
iii Edward B SNOW9, b 28 Jun 1877; d Bath, Steuben Co NY after 1933; m Alice FRENCH.
iv Mary Louise SNOW9, b 28 Dec 1880; m Lewallyn T SIMONDS.
ix MARY L8, b 1845; d Boonville 1 Oct 1869
x HENRY ADELBERT8, b 1847; d Boonville 23 Apr 1864
xi ALBERT H8, b 1850; d Boonville 11 Dec 1923; m Forestport, Oneida Co 13 May 1875 Viola YEOMANS, b 1856/7;
r Boonville. [~ 1880 Census:Boonville; Windsor Hist Soc: M B Wilson book, Barber information ~]
Children of Albert and Viola:
i ARTHUR J9, b 1876; m Boonville 3 Mar 1897 Norma H SMITH, daughter of Frank SMITH.
ii FLORENCE9, 1879
xii CARRIE A8, b 1855; d Boonville 18 Nov 1937
xiii JESSIE E8, b 1857; d Boonville 1945
xiv ADDIE8, b 1859; d Boonville 20 Mar 1862
591. CHARLES7 BARBER (Beriah6), b NY 1806/7; m Polly ---, b NY 1806/7; r Paris, Oneida Co NY in 1850. Charles was a farmer. [~ 1850 census:Paris ~]
Children of Charles and Polly:
i HARRIET8, b 1829/30
ii CHARLES8, b 1835/6; m Dorintha ---; r Utica, Oneida Co. [~ IGI:NY ~]
Children of Charles and Dorintha:
i CORYDEN9, b 1861
ii IDA9, b 1870
iii ESTHER8, b 1838/9
iv MIRANDA8, b 1839/40
v CAROLINE8, b 1841/2
vi SARAH8, b 1843/4
vii BERIAH8 (“Bartson”), b 1846/7
592. ?LUMAN SLADE7 BARBER (Beriah6), b probably Bridgewater, Oneida Co NY 1813/4; m Orissa A CHAMPLIN, b Madison Co NY 1813/14; r Pomfret, Chautauqua Co NY.
Luman Slade is most likely a son of Beriah. Luman’s brother Champlin named a son Luman Slade. Champlin and Luman both lived in Pomfret. It is also possible that Luman S is son of Luman, the brother of Beriah. In 1840 a woman age 60-70 was living with him, perhaps Anna, his mother, who is buried in Chautauqua. [~ 1850 census:Pomfret; Cem:Pomfret ~]
Children of Luman and Orissa:
i ELLEN N8, b 1834
ii FRANCES M8, b 1836; d 1869
iii FRANK W8, b NY 1840/1; m Martha DORN, b NY 1845/6. [~ 1880 census:Pomfret ~]
Children of Frank and Martha:
i WALTER9, b NY 1868/9
ii EDDY9, b NY 1878/9
iv MARTHA J8, b 1844; d 1865
v MATTHEW C8, b 1844; d 1865
593. ?CHAUNCEY7 BARBER (Beriah6), b probably Bridgewater, Oneida Co NY 1815/16; m Melinda MACK, daughter of Col. Samuel MACK; r Boonville, Oneida Co. [~ Windsor Hist Soc:M B Wilson book of Barber information; 1850 census:Boonville; records are confusing, and I believe that this Chauncey rather than his nephew, the son of Orange (see #590), married Melinda Mack, and had the family in Boonville. ~]
Children of Chauncey and Melinda:
i EDWIN8 (Edward), b 1834/5
ii HENRY8, b 1836/7
iii JOHN L8, b 1840/1
iv JOHN8, b 1846/7
594. NATHAN G7 BARBER “Nathaniel” (Luther6), b Windsor CT 1829/30; d there 5 Oct 1859; m Cromwell CT 19 Apr 1854 (he was "of Hartford CT"), Jane L SPENCER, b Middletown CT 22 Sep 1825, d Windsor 26 Feb 1897, daughter of Roswell and Mary (FORD) SPENCER; r Hartford CT until about 1857, and then at Windsor.
Nathan was a carpenter and joiner. [~ Barbour Index; CT church rec; Vital rec:CT; CT State Lib:Spencer Gen ~]
Children of Nathan and Jane:
i ?JANE8, b Hartford 1854; d there 1855.
ii DAN8, b Hartford 19 Sep 1856.
796 iii EDSON N8, b 1857; m/1 ---; m/2 Ellen S TUCKER.
iv ELLA JANE8, b Windsor 1857; m Glastonbury CT 17 Mar 1880 Henry F GILNOCK, b Saxony Germany 1848. Henry
was a painter.
v WALTER S8, b Windsor 7 Mar 1858; d Windsor 27 Feb 1868.
vi NATHAN8, b Windsor 28 Sep 1859; d Cromwell 8 Oct 1864.
595. HORACE I7 BARBER (Horace6), b Wilson Station, in Windsor CT Jan 1818; d there 29 Jul 1898; m Avon CT 16 Aug 1846 Harriet F NORTH, b Scottsville, Genesee Co NY 10 Jun 1827, d Windsor 23 Aug 1911, daughter of Isaiah N and Mary Ann (WOODWARD) NORTH of Avon CT, and sister of Sarah E NORTH, who married Horace’s cousin Orrin. (see #337).
Horace attended the Connecticut Literary Institute in Suffield. He learned the harness‑maker's trade in the shop of Bowen & Co of Hartford. He then followed that trade for a few years in Hartford, before moving to the Wilson section of Windsor in 1847. There he devoted his efforts to farming, on the original property of Josiah Barber, son of Thomas the first Barber in Windsor. He was also listed as a merchant in Hartford in the City Directory, 1889. Harriet was a member of the Grace Episcopal Church of Windsor. [~ Vital rec:CT; Barbour Index; Hartford County:Beers; CT State Lib:North Gen. ~]
Children of Horace and Harriet:
i HORACE I8, b 1846; d 1905; buried at Windsor; probably m Hartford CT 1870 Emily Emma CHURCH, b there 1848;
r Hartford, and "in the West".
Horace is listed as a clerk in the Hartford Custom House in the 1889 City Directory.
Children of Horace and Emily:
i HATTIE9, b 1873
ii DAISY9, b 1875
ii CHARLES NORTH8, b Windsor 24 Mar 1849; d Winsted (also recorded in Windsor) 29 Mar 1877; m Barkhamsted
CT 7 May 1874 Anna Adelaide CASE, b there 11 Sep 1849, d 16 Oct 1921, daughter of Wilson and Mary (PHELPS)
Charles was a teacher at Windsor Academy until his untimely death at age 28. Anna m/2 1882 Edwin Corydon
HOSKINS. [~ CT Hist Soc:Case Gen ~]
iii LUCY8, b 1850
797 iv WILLIAM WALTER8, b Windsor 22 Oct 1851; m Florence Louise PINNEY.
596. AUGUSTUS ANSON7 BARBER (Anson Augustus6) (also called Anson Augustus), b Brattleboro VT 16 May 1820; d West Townshend VT 26 Jul 1889; m West Townshend 23 Oct 1850 Eleanor Elizabeth FULLERTON, b Ft Edward NY 14 Nov 1830, d Townshend 28 Oct 1899, daughter of Edward and Eleanor (POTTER) FULLERTON.
Augustus was a farmer.
[~ Vital rec:VT; 1860,1870 censuses:Townshend; Will of Anson A, Windham Co; Corresp:Dana N Barber ~]
Children of Anson and Eleanor, born in West Townshend:
798 i ANSON AUGUSTUS8, b 18 Jun 1851; m Sarah Lucette MORRIS.
799 ii FRANK FULLERTON8, b 6 Sep 1857; m Lucy M WOOD.
800 iii THEODORE PHILIP8, b 14 Apr 1861; m Mary Louisa ROBBINS.
iv LOUISE M8, b 25 Sep 1866; d Omaha NE 27 Oct 1897; m West Townshend 16 Sep 1891 Arthur M CUSHING.
Child of Louise and Arthur:
i Eleanor Louise CUSHING9, b Springfield MA Nov 1893; m Clark Lewis CORNWELL.
597. Rev. Doctor THEODORE PHILIP7 BARBER (Anson Augustus6), b Brattleboro VT 27 Jan 1822; d Cambridge, Dorchester Co MD 1 Jan 1893; m in Cambridge 26 May 1856 Annie Caroline HOOPER, daughter of John and Anne (BIRCKHEAD) HOOPER.
Theodore graduated from Yale in 1842, then studied Theology with Doctor Wyatt of Baltimore. In 1846 he was ordained deacon (Episcopal) at Salisbury, Wicomico Co MD, and was sent as a missionary to Laurel, Anne Arundel Co MD where he established new and flourishing church. In 1848 he was ordained a priest in Baltimore, and in 1849 became rector of Great Choptank, a parish in Cambridge MD, where he remained for 44 years. During the years he was vigorous in his missionary work, establishing several churches in nearby small towns in Dorchester County, where he at first was the only Episcopal clergyman.
Towards the end of this time, in 1882, his church burned to the ground, and Dr Barber was in the forefront of rebuilding the new beautiful building, with his associate Rev. James L BRYAN. In 1855 he received a Doctor of Divinity degree from St. John’s College. He was a frequent deputy to the state convention, and served on several committees there.
[~ Corresp:Dana N Barber ~]
Children of Theodore and Annie, born at Cambridge MD:
i THEODORE PHILIP8, b 2 Nov 1857; d Cambridge 8 Mar 1865.
801 ii HENRY ANSON8 (Hal), b 20 Aug 1859; m Inez SMITH.
iii PHILIP8, b 24 Mar 1863; d Cambridge 3 Dec 1863,
802 iv WILLIAM WYATT8, b 26 May 1865; m Florence Hurst HARMON.
v PHILIP SYDNEY8, b 26 May 1868; d 28 Feb 1872.
598. WILLIAM HENRY7 BARBER (Shadrack6), b East Windsor CT 26 Jan 1846; d 6 Jan 1913; buried at East Windsor; m Ellington CT 2 Apr 1885 Charlotte Amelia PINNEY, b South Windsor CT 8 Jan 1857, d 20 Feb 1950, daughter of Francis and Margaret (SWAN) PINNEY; r East Windsor.
William's death was a suicide, the result of strychnine, laudanum, and chloroform. He was a farmer.
"Lottie" was a teacher before her marriage. After William's death, she lived in Vineland NJ with her son Oliver, and was engaged in egg farming. [~ Vital rec:CT; CT Hist Soc:Chapin Gen; Corresp:Joan E Clapp ~]
Children of William and Charlotte, born at East Windsor:
i LUCY MARGARET8, b 26 Mar 1886; d 10 Nov 1951; m East Windsor 20 Oct 1915 Dudley Fox CLAPP, b Berlin CT
4 Sep 1887, d 17 Jul 1984, son of Alfred S and Clara J (WRISLEY) CLAPP; r East Windsor Hill (in South Windsor).
Dudley was a farmer, and also taught himself carpentry, plumbing, and surveying. He was Sealer of Weights and
Measures in South Windsor. He was sexton of the South Windsor Cemetery Association for over 60 years. Lucy
attended Morse Business School in Hartford. Before her marriage, she was a stenographer for Terry J Chapin, a
lawyer in Hartford. She wrote poetry and short stories, some of which were published. [~ Vital rec:CT ~]
Children of Lucy and Dudley:
i Charlotte Pinney CLAPP9, b 6 Oct 1916; unmarried.
ii Talcott Increase CLAPP9, b 2 Dec 1917; m Lorraine Myrtle BOWEN.
iii Charles Spencer CLAPP9, b 12 Nov 1918; m Mary Magdaline O'KEEFE.
iv Joyce Bissell CLAPP9, b 21 Mar 1920; m Raymond ANDERSON, M.D.
v Herbert Bailey CLAPP9; b 30 Jul 1921; m Daisy ‑‑‑.
vi Clara Irene CLAPP9, b 19 July 1922; unmarried.
vii Margaret Evelyn CLAPP9, b 6 Aug 1925; m Jack BANCROFT.
viii Alice Marybel CLAPP9, b 1 May 1927; m/1 Leonard THRALL; m/2 1988 Warren WENZ.
803 ii HOWARD FRANCIS8, b 1888; m Harriet Dorothea OSBORN.
iii ALICE PINNEY8, b 22 Jul 1892; d 29 Mar 1967; r Scantic (in East Windsor), and Manchester CT. Alice was
employed at the Factory Insurance Company, Hartford. She was an artist, and a stamp collector.
iv OLIVER PINNEY8, b 20 Oct 1894; d West Hartford CT 13 Jul 1972; r Scantic CT and later at Vineland NJ.
In New Jersey Oliver was an egg farmer, with his mother who accompanied him there. He was in the military
service during World War I, as a Corporal in Company E, 102nd infantry. He had a service‑related disability. Oliver
moved back to Connecticut and took care of his mother before she died. At the time of his death, he was living with
his neice Ruth BREEN.
599. WILSON A7 BARBER (Allen Potwine6), b Windsorville, East Windsor CT 26 Jan 1857; d Hartford CT 16 May 1924; m 12 May 1881 Ella Maria BUELL, b Clinton CT 6 Aug 1854, d 1923, daughter of Harvey E and Nancy M (BUSHNELL) BUELL; r Windsorville, in East Windsor. [~ 1909 Barber Gen; Vital rec:CT; CT Hist Soc:Thompson Gen; CT State Lib:Buell Gen #1 ~]
Children of Wilson and Ella, born at East Windsor:
i GRACE BUELL8, b 1 Jul 1885; m/1 12 Sep 1906 George David CURTIS, b at Lenox MA 25 Nov 1886, d Hartford CT
20 Jan 1914, son of George C CURTIS. Grace m/2 3 Feb 1915 Charles TURNER.
Child of Grace and George:
i Harold Wilson CURTIS9, b at Hartford CT 4 Jun 1911
ii EARL WILSON8, b 14 Jul 1888; d 7 Sep 1888.
804 iii OLIN WILSON8, b 1 Nov 1890; m/1 Marjorie Campbell BARTLETT; m/2 Rosa “Rose” Mildred ANDREWS.
iv ELLA MAY8, b 2 Jun 1892; m 7 Oct 1908 Charles Elmer HITCHCOCK.
600. HENRY KILBOURN7 BARBER (Joshua Kilbourne6), b East Hartford CT 28 Dec 1823; d Middletown CT 12 Sep 1881; m Hartford CT (he "of Norwich CT"), 22 Mar 1848 Rebecca Hollister POND of Hartford, b Columbia SC 13 Nov 1828, d West Hartford CT 18 Dec 1905, daughter of Isaac P and Rebecca Harriet (HOLLISTER) POND; r Hartford.
Henry was a nurseryman, and had a greenhouse in Hartford. [~ Vital rec:CT; DAR lineage ~]
Children of Henry K and Rebecca:
i CHILD8, b Norwich 5 Jul 1848; d same day.
ii EDITH8, b 1849
iii LAURA OCTAVIA8, b 22 Mar 1850; d 1925; m 1868 George Waldron BLAKE, b 1845, d 11 Feb 1917, son of James
Partridge and Emeline (NELSON) BLAKE; r Windsor CT. George was a member of Company E8HA/NY Volunteers.
Laura had a beautiful soprano voice, and could hit high C easily. She was a soloist in the Episcopal Church in
Windsor, played the organ and directed the choir. [~ Wadsworth Gen; Cem:Windsor ~]
Child of Laura and George:
i Mary BLAKE9, b Windsor; m Dr Joseph Bristol ARROWSMITH.
805 iv CHARLES HENRY8, b Hartford 27 Jun 1853; m Ida Cordelia LAMPMAN.
806 v WILLIAM POND8, b Hartford 29 Jul 1856; m Harrietta Maria TYLER.
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